That we are living in unprecedented times, is an understatement.
Author: Dick Saslaw
Northern Virginia is feeling the impact of coronavirus both in the physical cost of those sickened and lives lost, as well as economic costs.
One month ago, Virginia legislators were wrapping up a historic General Assembly session.
As we go to print for this column, the legislature is coming down to the wire with the official end of the 2020 Legislative Session quickly approaching.
We are speeding toward the halfway mark of the General Assembly. Feb. 11 is Crossover and all introduced bills in either chamber must be acted upon or left in the heart of the committee they have been assigned.
Happy New Year! I hope each of you enters 2020 and this new decade with a sense of purpose and optimism.
The final month of the year is often the busiest for many reasons.
Last week, Virginians went to the polls to vote for their representatives in the statehouse. This year’s election was all about the local offices as well as all 140 seats in the General Assembly.
The Nov. 5 election for state and local representatives is now entering the homestretch.
This year, Virginia celebrates 400 years and the title of the longest continuously serving legislative body in the Americas.