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
There’s a lot of ish going down that we need our lawmakers to address in the Commonwealth. We’ve got the pandemic. We’ve got police violence against the Black community. We’ve
Voters Breathe Easier as House and Senate Pass Bills to Make Voting Safer and More Secure Richmond, Virginia—Voters can feel secure in the knowledge that when they go to vote
You’ve probably heard by now that the General Assembly convened on August 18 for a special session to address the impact of COVID-19 on the state budget and police reform.
During the past weekend, we experienced the 150th mass shooting of the year right here in Virginia. When asked about her reaction to the massacre at the Virginia Beach Municipal