Republican Derails Democrat’s Raucous Racism Rant Over Sanctuary Cities Bill

"If our friends in the Democratic Caucus want to talk about racism, they need to clean up their own house first...and we're waiting for you to do that," said Republican House Majority Leader Todd Gilbert.

GOP’s Overperformance in House Special Election Could Spell Trouble for Democrats in the Fall

The Democratic candidate lagged past results by double digits, suggesting that scandal and controversy have taken their toll on the party. Democrats are worried that this underperformance foreshadows problems in the fall elections, despite their expected win tonight.

The Objective Of Northam’s ‘Listening Tour’ Is Anyone’s Guess

Considering he's not listening to calls for his resignation, what's the reason for the tour?

Virginia AG Mark Herring Joins Lawsuit Against Trump’s National Emergency Declaration

During his announcement at the White House last Friday, President Donald Trump explained that "critical actions" are needed to "confront a problem that we have right here at home."

General Assembly May Look To Shed Light On Subcommittee Hearings

Following the viral video of Delegate Kathy Tran explaining her late-term abortion bill, the fight has been renewed for the General Assembly to record and archive all subcommittee hearings.

Proposed House Rules Change is ‘Proxy Fight for Unrestricted Access to Abortion’ Says Del....

A Democratic effort to change House rules is a "Proxy Fight for Unrestricted Access to Abortion" said Del. Scott Garrett. Citing court precedent, he warned that Democrats were setting up the courts to invalidate restrictions on late term abortion and taxpayer funding of abortion.

Speaker Cox Renews Call for Bipartisan Investigation of Justin Fairfax Sexual Assault Allegations

Renewing his willingness to investigate, Speaker Cox has said any inquiry must be bipartisan and "very deliberate." Meanwhile, House Democrats have blocked any inquiry by the General Assembly from moving forward, scuttling last week's impeachment push by Democratic delegate Patrick Hope.

Senators Tim Kaine, Mark Warner Opposed Trump’s Nomination Of AG William Barr

Repeating their performances given during Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings, Virginia's Democratic Senators Tim Kaine and Mark Warner opposed Trump's pick to head the Department of Justice, Attorney General William Barr.

Virginia Lawmakers Approve Speed Camera Use In Highway Work Zones

The move from the Virginia General Assembly comes after a 20 percent increase in highway work zone deaths in 2017 and over 2,600 crashes in those areas.

Despite Backlash, a Majority of Democrats Remain Sponsors of Tran’s Third Trimester Abortion Bill

51% of Democrats in Virginia's General Assembly remain signed on as sponsors to Kathy Tran's controversial third trimester abortion bill. On Friday, the deadline passed for withdrawing support from the measure.

Del. Hala Ayala Pushes Unprecedented Rules Change in bid to Expand Taxpayer Funded Abortion

Del. Hala Ayala proposed an unprecedented House rules change designed to advance Democratic efforts requiring taxpayer funding for abortion.

Federal Court Ruling Alters Virginia House of Delegates Map Ahead Of 2019 Elections

26 House districts in the Richmond and Hampton Roads metropolitan areas will be altered as Virginia's redistricting case is still set to be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court on March 18.

House & Senate GOP’s Tax Plan Puts Money Back Into Virginians’ Pockets

The General Assembly voted this week to approve GOP-led bills to provide nearly $1 billion in tax relief for Virginians.

General Assembly Elects Judge Teresa M. Chafin To Supreme Court Of Virginia

Judge Teresa M. Chafin was elected to the Supreme Court of Virginia, with the Honorable Clifford L. “Clay” Athey succeeding her on the Court of Appeals.

Amazon’s Scraps NYC For HQ2, Will Virginia Get The Whole Deal?

Amazon just announced they are pulling plans to build HQ2 in New York City, with construction set to continue in Crystal City, Virginia.