Stealth Regionalism Quietly Makes Headway on the Coattails of ‘GO Virginia,’ Part Two
Consider light rail in Virginia Beach, if approached from a different angle, via GO Virginia.
Virginia Senate Will Live Stream in 2018 – Updated, House Also Plans Live Streaming
Senate Rules Committee Chairman Senator McDougle made the announcement Thursday.
Stealth Regionalism Quietly Makes Headway on the Coattails of GO Virginia, Part One
The General Assembly’s template for creating a fourth layer of government.
Gillespie’s Swim Lane
My advice to the other candidates, who imagine they are in Ed’s swim lane, is to stop with the debates for the choir who have already made up their minds, and get on some doors. You might just catch Ed’s wake.
Virginia Commemorates World War I and World War II
The month of April marks the 100th anniversary of the United States entrance into a conflict which was known in…
Virginia General Assembly Sine Die, Part Five
If Virginia politics has touched your life, over the past several decades at all, you know the name, Bill Howell.
General Assembly Sine Die, Part Four
Delegate Poindexter spends time talking to constituents, much like an old fashioned Virginia politician of another era.
General Assembly Sine Die, Part Three
Senator Marsdon’s SB1027 is a high water mark and cause for celebration among all Virginians who have sought treatment considered unconventional for a serious illness.
General Assembly Sine Die, Part Two
A look at trends and insight on what legislation your elected officials feel is important enough to present to the body.
Virginia General Assembly Sine Die
This year’s General Assembly Session was plenty lively with both important and trivial issues on the table, along with the usual interesting little side “operas.”