The Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star offers some helpful thoughts on what is driving health care costs up the roof -- namely, the example of a...
Legislation seeking additional funding to bring broadband to rural Virginians has been named a top priority during the 2018 Session of the General Assembly.
Enrollment in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) dropped to 40,083,954 in March 2018, the lowest in eight years.
“The impact to Loudoun County could cause irreparable harm to the local economy, especially the agritourism industry," Congresswoman Barbara Comstock wrote in her letter to the Environmental Protection Agency over increased concerns surrounding the Rockwool Plant.
As the saga surrounding Brexit continues, Prime Minister Theresa May was caught in a row as British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said U.S. President Donald Trump could handle it better.
Giant Food is introducing labor-saving robots to all 172 grocery stores, as Virginia lawmakers consider bills repealing the state's Right to Work law and doubling the minimum wage. Should lawmakers raise labor costs, more stores could invest further in automation and artificial intelligence.
On track with wasteful government spending, Richmond's Department of Public Utilities (DPU) pays an "ineffective" diversity consultant an extra $420,000.
More revealing though is the utter contempt Democrats hold for conservatives voters. Does anyone think this would actually work?
Speaker of the House Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights) says the “build it and they will come” approach to economic development is antiquated. Instead, he writes, Virginia must be the "build strong bridges from school to jobs” state; the “prepare resilient graduates for lifelong success and service” state; the “provide an affordable pathway for everyone in a growing economy” state.
Speaker of the House Kirk Cox announces a "responsible and balanced budget" has been passed. However, Medicaid expansion does not come without contention.