Council discusses investing in city’s infrastructure.
Parkland parent and U.S. representatives organize town hall on gun violence.
First responders fed up with pay.
Public schools roll out annual operating budget for FY19.
State slashes funds to fix city’s combined sewer system.
Lawmakers poised to leave town without passing budget.
Budget showdowns are rare in Virginia, but not unprecedented. Back in 2004, Gov. Mark Warner clashed with Republicans over a sales tax increase. Then in 2014, Gov. Terry McAuliffe engaged in brinkmanship over expanding Medicaid. Now lawmakers are poised to end the session once again without passing a budget.
Just say yes to $400 million, thousands of jobs and health care for 300,000.
Increased availability behind bars, but no tax breaks during back-to-school week.
Several lawmakers from Northern Virginia arrived in Richmond this year hoping to push a cause known as menstrual equity — making sure that feminine hygiene products are affordable, safe and available. But success has been mixed.
Democrats still need to flip one more GOP senator to make it happen.