A legislative panel Monday approved a bill to expand Virginia’s law against texting while driving to other distracting activities, such as reading social media postings.
A bill that would allow parents to review books in public school lesson plans, and refuse the book if it is too “sexually explicit” passed the House last week.
The House chose to shake up the wording on a bill that, if passed, would have allowed restaurant owners with a mixed beverage license to cut their food-to-alcohol sales ratios.
Many women and health care professionals were once again disappointed at this year’s General Assembly as the Education and Health Committee voted down a bill that would have gotten rid of the law requ
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RICHMOND – Students from colleges and universities across Virginia protested at Capital Square this week, seeking help with college loans.
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RICHMOND – Most weekdays, Carmen Rodriguez, a biology professor at Virginia Commonwealth University, addresses an auditorium of about 400 students.
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