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(The Center Square) – A law that requires a prison inmate’s most recent address to be used for the purpose of redistricting will remain in effect after the Virginia Supreme Court denied a petition.
Candidates for lieutenant governor of Virginia told their personal stories and articulated their values at a Sept. 1 luncheon in Tysons, but provided few specifics on what they would seek to accomplish if elected.
(The Center Square) – On the heels of passing a $1 trillion infrastructure bill, Senate Democrats passed a $3.5 trillion budget resolution Wednesday that sets Congress up for a major battle later this year.
(The Center Square) – Just moments after the U.S. Senate passed a trillion-dollar infrastructure bill and sent it to the House, Senate Democrats pivoted to a new spending item that is more than three times the cost and full of progressive priorities such as climate change and federal child care provisions.
(The Center Square) – The Virginia House of Delegates and Senate confirmed six board and council appointments, five of which were made by the Joint Committee on Rules and one of which was made by House Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn, D-Fairfax.
(The Center Square) - The Senate passed the bipartisan infrastructure bill after months of negotiations, setting the stage for the bill to be debated in the House.
(The Center Square) – Virginia House and Senate members have agreed to a joint conference committee to reach an agreement on legislation to revise the state budget after both chambers passed different versions of the bill.
(The Center Square) – A growing coalition of trade and other groups are opposing President Joe Biden's nominee to lead the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.