Sunday, October 13, 2019

Virginia Records 6.5 Percent Gain In Population Since 2010

Virginia has gained over half a million residents since 2010, coming in at 19th with state population increases over the last eight years.

Virginia Unemployment Lowest Since 2007 At 2.9 Percent

After some of the best economic indicators since the Great Recession of 2008, Virginia’s unemployment rate dropped to 2.9 percent in September, with job gains in every single metropolitan area.

Democrats Vote Down Sexual Harassment Prevention Training

Ten Democrats in the Virginia House of Delegates vote against requiring sexual harassment prevention training for all Delegates, Senators, and their staff.

FACTCHECK: Democrat Wexton Now Supports “Racist” Bill She Opposed (During The Primary)

That Wexton has seen fit to shift her narrative once again isn't just problematic, it's moral weakness and rank opportunism where firm resolve ought to exist. 

House Republicans Introduce Plan To Lower Prepaid529 College Tuition Contracts

A measure to lower the cost of Prepaid529 college savings plans has been introduced by two top GOP members in the state legislature.
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House Democrats Meeting In Richmond Amid Talks Of Leadership Change

Will the progressives within the House Democratic Caucus bow to the establishment or rock the political boat with a coup against their leadership?
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Paul Begala Reportedly Sending Dem Staffer To Harass Barbara Comstock July 4th

Democratic strategist Paul Begala is reportedly sending a Democratic staffer to harass Congresswoman Barbara Comstock over the Fourth of July holiday.

Are Democrats Fracturing Over Del. Kathy Tran’s Abortion Bill?

Are there cracks forming in the blue wall of support for a controversial late-term abortion bill? Possibly. In comments posted to her campaign Facebook page last...

Chairman Jones Provides Alternative Avenue For Medicaid Expansion

House Appropriations Chairman Chris Jones (R-Suffolk) proposed a new vehicle for Medicaid expansion just as the General Assembly entered its final week.

Voter Intimidation Charges Roil Richmond Democrats

Allegations of voter intimidation and a corrupt electoral process as led Richmond City Democratic Party's chairman, J.J. Minor, to be thrown out.