Hundreds of workers and supporters rallied today at the Virginia State Capitol, calling for passage of legislation that would raise the Commonwealth’s minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 an hour.
Video footage of this event can be found here. Richmond, Virginia—Reproductive health, rights, and justice advocates host a press conference to urge legislators to pass the Reproductive Health Protection Act ( HB980 and SB733)
HB1256 protects communities of color and public input while reforming the map-drawing process to ensure every voter has an equal voice. Delegate Marcia Price was joined this morning by voting
Richmond, Virginia—Today, the Women’s Equality Coalition brought together hundreds of Virginians to speak to their legislators in Richmond and urge them to support their bold legislative priorities that will protect
Richmond, Virginia—As the General Assembly session convenes for 2020, Progress Virginia is proud to continue its award-winning Eyes on Richmond program to bring transparency and accountability to the General Assembly.
Washington, DC—According to new analysis, it is state level increases to the minimum wage, not the Trump tax bill or the tight labor market, that is responsible for unprecedented wage
Dulles, Virginia—After years of organizing and advocating for increasing the minimum wage to $15, workers at Dulles and National Airport have finally won. 8,000 workers across the two airports will
Fairfax, Virginia—As the Virginia Education Summit kicks off today, we hope that legislators are discussing how to ensure that we increase teacher pay and fully fund our schools. Hardworking students
Richmond, Virginia—Inexplicably, Republicans would rather spend millions of taxpayer dollars and create extra layers of bureaucratic red tape to implement punitive work requirements for Medicaid Expansion instead of working to
Virginia—A new poll has just confirmed what voters made clear on Election Day: hardworking families in our community support a bold, progressive agenda that includes raising the minimum wage to