As the General Assembly’s 2018 session reaches its midpoint, more than 1,000 bills are still alive, including expanding Medicaid and raising the threshold for felony larceny. But more than 1,500 pieces of legislation are dead for this year.
The County of Henrico is spending $10,000 to explore the possibility of demolishing the high school in the West End and replacing it with a new $80 million facility instead of making $55 in needed renovations.
Leaders in the fight against drunken driving were appalled after a Senate bill flew under the radar and quietly passed with a 37-3 vote, allowing Virginians to lawfully drive while intoxicated on their own property.
Are you concerned about traffic in the Museum District? Do ever feel unsafe crossing the street or riding your bike? The MDA is hosting an important meeting regarding traffic hot spots in the neighborhood this Thursday to address this and other concerns.
Summer vacation may be cut short for some Virginia students after two bills rescinding the so-called “Kings Dominion law” – which restricts schools from starting before Labor Day – passed the House this week.