The below link is to the public comments forum on Gov. Younkin’s updated transgender policy in schools. https://townhall.virginia.gov/L/Comments.cfm?GDocForumID=1953
Prince William County’s school system says it’s evaluating the new state policies regarding treatment of transgender students but will continue to support “an inclusive environment for all students and staff.” According to new “model policies” released by the Virginia Department of Education Continue reading PWC Schools Evaluating New Transgender Policies
The Republican National Committee has determined that Gmail suppressed over 22 million GOP get-out-the-vote and fundraising emails Wednesday through Friday of last week. This comes more than a month after the Federal Election Commission (FEC) approved a Google pilot program to supposedly Continue reading Election Interference by Gmail?
ane’s Revenge has claimed responsibility for at least 18 arson and vandalism attacks on crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) and other faith-based organizations throughout the U.S. since the May 2 leak of the Supreme Court draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Continue reading No Arrests Following At Least 18 Attacks on Pro-Life Organizations
This link provides voters in PWC all the information they need for this year’s elections. Links to register, sample ballots, check your registration status, polling locations; it’s all here! https://www.pwcvotes.org/ Please note: the last day to register to vote is Continue reading Voting Information – 2022 Elections
Early voting for the November election began Sept. 23, with registered voters able to cast a ballot in-person at three locations. Two more early-voting spots will open Oct. 25. All locations will be open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday Continue reading Early Voting Begins!
Virginians may be finally waking up to the consequences of the headlong rush to adopt utopian energy policies under our previous governor. The issues are getting more attention than ever before, and now people need to realize all the issues Continue reading Consequences of The Quest for Zero Emissions
The proposed PW Digital Gateway has officially been scheduled for a public hearing. The Planning Commission will hold a public hearing Sept. 14 on the request to designate nearly 2,100 acres in western Prince William County for data centers. The Continue reading Hearing on Data Centers in PWC to be Held on September 14
Prince William County officials are considering changing public comment procedures at Board of Supervisors meetings. Board Chair Ann Wheeler recently voiced concerns about the structure of public input as residents this year have frequently stretched the length of public meetings. Continue reading PWC Board of Supervisors Reviewing Public Comment Rules
“People think of affordable housing as a young professional problem, and I think it’s really important to know that this generation of families cannot afford to keep their roots in Northern Virginia,” Cristol said. “A pathway that was very attainable Continue reading Officials Discuss the Need for Affordable Housing in NOVA