The Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday passed five pieces of legislation that were the direct results of the 24 priority recommendations from the House Select Committee on School Safety, formed by Speaker Cox during the 2018 Session. Read the Continue reading Virginia Republicans Pass Bills on School Safety
Prince William County has changed election precinct boundaries in the Brentsville and Potomac districts due to the large number of registered voters in the precincts. Some voters will have a new voting precinct after the Prince William Board of County Continue reading Prince William Splits Up Large Voting Precincts
The Delegates from Prince William County voted “Nay” on HB2529, which is providing tax relief to Virginians who would have faced a tax hike resulting from the federal tax relief bill passed last year. The list of the “Nay” votes Continue reading Prince William Democrats Vote “NAY” on Tax Relief
The Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday passed HB2748, legislation to address the epidemic of teenage vaping and end teen access to tobacco products by raising the minimum age required to purchase tobacco products in the Commonwealth of Virginia to Continue reading Bill Passed to Raise Smoking Age to 21
The Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday passed HB 1611, legislation to make it easier for middle class students and families to afford college by lowering the price of Prepaid529 plans. The legislation will lower the current cost of an Continue reading Lower Prices for Prepaid529 College Savings Plans!
The Virginia House of Delegates on Tuesday passed HB2577, legislation to lift the age cap for autism coverage to help approximately 10,000 Virginians get access to needed healthcare. “This piece of legislation has been a long time coming and I Continue reading Age Cap Lifted for Autism Coverage
Emergency tax conformity legislation failed to pass the Virginia House of Delegates on Monday after 34 Democrats voted against a plan to immediately conform state tax law to federal law and put additional revenues in a Taxpayer Relief Fund lockbox Continue reading Dems Vote Down Emergency Tax Relief Plan
On January 29th, HB 2515 introduced by Delegate Tim Hugo (R-40), passed a Commerce and Labor Subcommittee in the Virginia House of Delegates. If passed into law, HB 2515 would ban accumulator adjustor programs (AAPs). AAPs are regulations placed by Continue reading Good News on Healthcare!
On Thursday, Gov. Northam said he had no regrets about his position on abortion and his recent comments about late term abortions. Read the full story here.
Statement of General Assembly Leaders RICHMOND, VA, February 1, 2019 – House of Delegates Speaker Kirk Cox (R-Colonial Heights), Senate Majority Leader Thomas K. Norment, Jr. (R-James City), House Majority Leader Todd Gilbert (R-Shenandoah), and Senate Rules Committee Chairman Ryan Continue reading VA House GOP Statement on Governor’s Racist Photos