Virginia Assembly

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3 days ago

GOP Chooses Convention To Pick Nominee

5th District Republican leaders will hold a May 14th convention to select a nominee for Congress.

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3 days ago

Boards Take Heat For Recent Decision

Earlysville resident Gary Grant has scolded the Albemarle Supervisors for deciding their committee assignments in a January 6th closed session.

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5 days ago

Senate Approves Weapons-Related Bill

The State Senate voted 27-13 on Thursday for legislation that honors concealed weapons permits from 25 of Virginia's sister states.

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5 days ago

State Tosses Out GOP Pledge Form

The State Board of Elections has voted to scrap the statement of affiliation that Virginia Republicans once wanted for the March 1st presidential primary.

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6 days ago

House Okays Bill Involving Guns

The House of Delegates has approved legislation that lets anyone who's at least 21 and covered by a protective order to carry a concealed handgun without a permit.

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6 days ago

Deeds Backs Proposed Gun Deal

State Senator Creigh Deeds supports a compromise package of bills dealing with guns.

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1 week ago

Chief Justice Rejects Boundary Delay

The U.S. Supreme Court has shot down a request to delay new boundaries for some Virginia congressional districts.

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1 week ago

Northam Breaks Tie Dooming Gun Bill

Lieutenant Governor Ralph Northam has broken a tie and helped to defeat a proposal dealing with concealed weapons permits.

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1 week ago

GOP Primary Voters Won’t Face Oath

Republicans who vote in the March 1st GOP presidential primary won't have to sign a statement of affiliation.

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1 week ago

Bernie Backers Rally In Charlottesville

Local supporters of Bernie Sanders rallied Saturday in downtown Charlottesville.

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1 week ago

McAuliffe, Gun-Safety Advocates Sound Off

Governor McAuliffe and gun-safety advocates sound off on a proposed compromise.

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2 weeks ago

Albemarle Kids Get Day Off March 1st

Albemarle school students will have a holiday on March 1st, the day of the Virginia Primary.

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2 weeks ago

Home Schooling Bills Advance

Legislation that's popular with home schooling parents has advanced in the General Assembly.

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2 weeks ago

No Action On Va. Supreme Court Vacancy

A long-running debate over a seat on the Virginia Supreme Court has not been resolved.

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2 weeks ago

New Threshold Amount For Larcenies

The State Senate has approved legislation that raises the threshold amount for a felony larceny conviction from $200 to $500.

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2 weeks ago

Lawmakers Honor Ex-Speaker Tom Moss

State Senator Creigh Deeds and his colleagues paid tribute Thursday to the late Tom Moss, who was a past Speaker of the House.

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2 weeks ago

Bell Gets GOP Rival For 2017 Office

A Richmond area lawyer will challenge Delegate Rob Bell (R- Albemarle) for the Republican nomination for Attorney General in 2017.

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2 weeks ago

Fourth GOP Hopeful Seeks Hurt Seat

A Rappahannock County man is the latest Republican to enter the 5th District House race.

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2 weeks ago

Lawmakers Promote Education Reform

General Assembly Republicans promote education reform measures.

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2 weeks ago

Lawmakers Honor Vicki Gardner

State Senators have given Vicki Gardner, who survived an August shooting during a TV broadcast, a standing ovation.

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