The political battle over guns in Virginia is shifting to the state Capitol as the General Assembly convenes Wednesday for its 2016 session. The state’s […]
There has been quite an uproar about the religious liberty bill passed in Indiana this past week, but this is nothing new.
A little over 1,000 Americans were killed last month. No politicians mourned them. No political or social organizations flew their name. No union released a statement condemning their murderers.
A state legislator from Northern Virginia is urging her colleagues to pass a bill requiring institutions to promptly report campus sexual assaults to the local commonwealth’s attorney, instead of campus and local police handling such cases independently.
Legislation that would protect Virginians reporting drug overdoses was introduced earlier this month after years of lobbying by a VCU student organization, but the bill will have to wait until the 2015 General Assembly session to be heard.