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As Virginia allows advertising for alcoholic beverages on billboards, a Virginia House committee is trying to undo the court-approved agreement between the state and Lamar Advertising Co.
It is not unusual to carry a gun in Virginia. But after the deadly shooting in Arizona that left a congresswoman in critical condition, one lawmaker will attempt to get guns banned in government buildings.
Va. Delegates Adam Ebbin and David Englin are proposing two bills aimed at bullying, both inside and outside of schools.
Supplied with very little money and significant demand, Virginia legislators are considering turning to a computer to choose which roads to fix or build.
There could be a showdown over a bill that would ban discrimination based on sexual orientation when Virginia's General Assembly convenes in Richmond later this month.
It has been 34 years since Chuck Colgan first took the oath of office in Virginia's General Assembly, a place where things often move very slowly. As he gets ready for the start of year 35 next month WTOP has asked him, "how have things changed?"
A number of Virginia lawmakers discussed proposed solutions at a transportation forum in Herndon on Thursday, but admitted there is little consensus on any of them.
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Virginia voters Nov. 2 will decide on constitutional amendments that would allow the state to save more money and give officials greater leeway when granting property tax exemptions.
A bill passed by the Virginia's General Assembly would give the companies operating red light cameras access to information within the Department of Motor Vehicles.
To fund a task force that cracks down on sexual predators, several lawmakers have proposed a $10 surcharge on all felony and misdemeanor convictions in Virginia.