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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is getting ready to announce an official proposal that would guarantee a federal job with at least a $15 per hour wage and free health insurance benefits to every American, "who wants or needs one" because in Bernie's America, we all work for Big Brother.
Politico recently highlighted women working in politics and policy-making process throughout the country and worldwide. As there were many to choose from, they selected...
Following the resignation of Virginia Beach Mayor Will Sessoms, Delegate Glenn Davis (R-Virginia Beach) said he was considering running for the empty seat in Virginia's most-populous city. However, he has just decided against the move, citing protecting the one-seat majority Republicans hold in the House of Delegates.
Many claim smaller, yet priority legislative initiatives like prison reform have taken a back seat to bigger-ticket items. Though, recently, Republican Congressman Scott Taylor (VA-2) and Democratic Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman introduced the bipartisan "Pathway to Parenting" Act.
The roads, highways, bridges, and tunnels that make up the vast transportation network in Virginia are far from being considered in perfect condition. VDOT acknowledges this, but also says it's "impossible" to fix them all.
As the nation's unemployment has held at 4.1 percent for the last few months, Virginia is actually doing slightly better with the Commonwealth's unemployment rate falling to 3.4 percent.
Delegate Glenn Davis (R-Virginia Beach) has a hand on the direction of Virginia's future economy; something that comes natural to him as does his entrepreneurial spirit both in and out of politics.
Until we start treating education reform like other federal entitlements, we are never going to get the results our children deserve.
Even though the case surrounding former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has been highly politicized, the Inspector General's referral shows he is really in the hot seat now.
As Virginia Governor Ralph Northam was set to amend Metro legislation and take more funding from taxpayers, House Republican stood strong against.