Monday, June 24, 2019
March for Life

Federal Judge Reverses Course, Virginia’s Abortion Safety Laws Stand — For Now

Even Federal judges can have second thoughts, apparently. Days after issuing an order overturning a Virginia law holding that only licensed doctors can perform abortions,...

MCCARTY: Drivers Deserve a Motorist Bill of Rights

Bad apples in the towing industry are a menace to society, yet they largely operate with impunity, writes McCarty.

Good News Virginians: Republicans Deliver On State Tuition Freeze

If you’re an in-state student at many of Virginia’s four-year colleges, we have good news — your wallet won’t be getting any lighter than last...

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...

Federal, State Legislation Gives Consumers Power Bill Credit in June

Customers of Virginia’s largest utility will see their bills lowered by $33 on average in June, thanks to Federal and state legislation. Dominion Energy customers...

The Conversation on Abortion is Changing, Democrats Aren’t Listening

If the national conversation on abortion is changing, Democrats aren’t listening. Days after Governor Ralph Northam grudgingly signed a new restriction the use of state...
March for Life

Northam Signs New GOP Abortion Funding Restrictions Into Law

It hasn’t made many headlines, but there’s a major change coming to abortion law in Virginia. Language in the newly-passed Virginia budget bill will for...

‘Disproportionately Healthy’: Northam Blocks Association Health Plans

Farmers, Realtors, and other professional groups shouldn’t be allowed to form their own health plans, according to Governor Ralph Northam. The reason? Those folks might be...

Bipartisan Opioid Legislation Scrapped by Governor Northam

Governor Northam’s ‘Second Chance Week’ has claimed another legislative casualty. The Democratic governor announced Thursday that he had vetoed House Bill 2528, a bill that...

Northam Vetoes Mandatory Minimum Sentences for Domestic Abusers

Mandatory minimum sentences have to go, even for crimes of violence, Governor Ralph Northam said Wednesday. Northam, a Democrat, vetoed two bills that would have...
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