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Two classes of ninth-grade females at Western Albemarle High School (WAHS) in Crozet, Virginia, recently were exposed in a classroom lesson to explicit “how-to” videos on male and female sexual pleasure.
Blame a razor thin 51-49 margin and a 15 member forfeit in 2017 for imposing new political realities on Richmond and the General Assembly.
We know how to get to a single-payer health system but we don't know yet how to get to a market-based health system.
Our antiquated one-way transmission lines require an upgrade in an era of solar panels, rechargeable vehicles, and hardening against electromagnetic threat.
Funny that R.D. Huffstetler didn't have that Southside Virginia accent back in 2013...
Stallman argues the additional costs imposed by two pieces of legislation not only impact property rights, but put Virginia's small farms on the ropes.
HB 825 and HB 962 are daggers at the heart of Virginia's farmers, interfering in their ability to contract with their neighbors for foods from the farm.
Bellamy’s quest for lawlessness is not Charlottesville’s first foray into resisting federal immigration policies.
Delegate Dawn Adams' role as a high-level state employee is an open conflict of interest, one the General Assembly should immediately remedy via statute.