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Gov. Northam, who wants stronger gun control, promises to veto the measure.
Activists for immigrants applauded the move.
After one week on the job, Virginia’s Democratic governor remains optimistic about working with General Assembly.
Kyle McDaniel, 28, cited president’s “appalling” comments about immigrants and a nativist streak in the state as reasons for quitting.
Republicans kill slew of bills aimed at gun control; Northam promises to fight on
Six challengers, so far, to take on four incumbents, not counting mayoral primary battle.
Former governor Terry McAuliffe left several pranks for Gov. Raph Northam (D), part of a longstanding Virginia tradition.
Festivities and flyovers celebrate Ralph Northam’s move into the Executive Mansion
A $1.4 million deal closed Thursday will allow families in a Manassas mobile home park to stay and mandates repairs to the leaky sewer and water pipes that nearly forced them out.
Newly empowered Democrats gain clout; McAuliffe calls for unity in final address
The move separates him from Trump and other Virginia Republicans in Congress
Analysts and party leaders say GOP delegates are likely to have the muscle on opening day to pick the speaker and set rules.
Residents object to lack of detail, community input; rules to be worked out next year.
Republicans are looking for more practical, less “toxic” image after November losses.
In the birthplace of George Washington, not George Carlin, swearing can net a $250 fine.
Democrats have three recounts remaining as they hope to overcome a 51-49 GOP majority.
Democrat Donte Tanner gained a net of four votes to close the gap to 102. The count will continue Thursday.
Corey Stewart shows no sign of moderating his rhetoric while E.W. Jackson softens a bit.
Stewart is in Alabama supporting GOP nominee Roy Moore ahead of the special Senate election in that state.
Advocates say the state’s public-records law has too many exemptions and charges far too much.