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Virginia’s General Assembly passes a bill, submitted 6 years ago after a WC student was shot and killed by her stalker, increasing the penalty for stalking.
Opinion Assistant Ben Panko explains why he thinks this year’s General Assembly session is another disappointment.
The Virginia General Assembly adjourned its annual legislative session after passing revisions to its $78 billion two-year budget.
“There’s a lot of grunt work you have to do,” said senior intern Nicole Prunetti. “So sometimes it’s hard to feel like what you did is in anyway important, but when you step back, you realize that it is.”
University of Richmond alumnus John O’Bannon III, R-Henrico, retained his seat as delegate of the 73rd House district, which includes parts of Henrico County and Richmond City.
Marshall, R-13th District, has introduced House Bill 1656, which would allow full-time faculty members with concealed handgun permits to carry firearms on campuses of public institutions of higher education.
Green job creation is the solution to the future of employment in the state, Gov. Timothy M. Kaine said in his annual State of the Commonwealth Address Wednesday.
Gov. Timothy M. Kaine signed a bill March 2, which will allow state-run liquor stores in some of the state’s largest cities to open on Sundays, including stores in the city of Richmond.
In an effort to protect people from the effects of secondhand smoke, the Virginia State Senate voted yesterday on three bills to ban smoking in nearly all public places, including restaurants.
The Virginia General Assembly is considering legislation that would require public universities to notify parents of students receiving treatment at the student counseling center whether the students are deemed a danger to themselves or others.