Progress Virginia today celebrated the passage and signing of HB5103, which expands voters’ options to participate in this fall’s election amidst a deadly pandemic. The legislation allows localities to establish
Earlier Wednesday, the Virginia state Senate struck SB5067 from the floor calendar, removing the bill from legislative consideration. The action is a win for working families and their advocates, who
Tuesdays, amiright? Alarms, commute, school drop off, school pick up, dinner, bath time, bed time. And it’s not even the middle of the week. Add to that list getting out
Holidays mark celebrations of people and occasions we deem important as a community. Labor Day, Veterans Day, New Year’s Day, Juneteenth. But you know what day is incredibly important to
Richmond, Virginia — In the wake of the biggest one-day spike in Virginia deaths due to COVID-19 so far during this pandemic, Virginia Republicans have rushed to demand Governor Northam
As a reproductive rights advocate, I talk a lot about access to contraception and abortion. If you’ve been on Facebook or watched the news lately, then you know at every
Imagine being at work and feeling a sharp pain in your chest. Imagine not being able to go to the hospital because you’ve only been working in the United States
Voting is kind of my thing. Election Day is my favorite day of the year. I love the action. I love what all of us together raising our voices symbolizes.
I had to buy a new fridge a couple of weeks ago. The old one stopped keeping things cold, making it pretty functionally obsolete. Our new fridge is stupidly smart.
Living in Virginia as a Black, Queer woman has forced me to fight for reproductive freedom. And working in reproductive rights has made it clear just how easy it has