Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jeff McKay said Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s request for a security perimeter is unnecessary and improper, calling it an infringement on First Amendment protest rights.
The "creator" lines appear to be drawn from a portion of Youngkin’s inaugural speech that was repeated in a later executive order that reshaped the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the governor’s cabinet.
Climate change advocates and some officials warn that flooding due to increased precipitation will cost Virginia billions of dollars and threaten residents’ safety. This is something they warn will get worse unless mitigation efforts receive proper funding – sooner rather than later.
Youngkin’s team says the labor force increased by 19,532 to 4,311,629, the number of unemployed residents decreased by 4,922 to 131,101 while the number of employed residents rose by 24,454 to 4,180,528.
More than a dozen news organizations are accusing Gov. Glenn Youngkin of violating the state’s public records law by refusing to turn over emails sent to a tip line he set up for parents to report “divisive practices” in schools.
The hard work of Delegate Delores McQuinn and Senator Jennifer McClellan pays off as Governor Youngkin has signed legislation extending the reach of the state’s Historical African American Cemeteries and Graves Fund to include cemeteries that were built prior to 1948.
The family-owned Sandy River Distillery will be part of the popular Sandy River Outdoor Adventures Resort. An 1840s log cabin from Prospect, Virginia has been rebuilt on the resort to serve as the tasting room.
Just one day after Mayor Levar Stoney unveiled his proposal for a long-awaited civilian review board, the Richmond NAACP pushed back with its own recommendations for what that review board needs to accomplish.
Over the last two months lawmakers in Virginia’s General Assembly have put in hours of work, going through hundreds of bills, and passing new legislation but on its final day of session leaders were unable to pass the state’s budget for the next two years.
A federal judge has again ruled against a Virginia school system that he found guilty of discriminating against Asian American students when it overhauled its admissions policies at a highly selective school.