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Virginia Democrats are renewing their demands that Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli resign after Cuccinelli belatedly disclosed about $13,000 worth of gifts he claims he forgot to note in four years' worth of economic disclosure reports....
In light of his staunch opposition to the comprehensive transportation funding package passed by the General Assembly last month Democrats want to know whether Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli plans to try and repeal provisions of the bill should he be...
A Senate panel killed a measure Thursday that would have allowed undocumented immigrant children who achieve federal deferred-action status under President Barack Obama's July executive order to pay in-state tuition at Virginia's public colleges and...
Sen. Don McEachin, D-Henrico, called on Gov. Bob McDonnell to name legislation that would automatically restore rights to convicted felons after the late-Sen. Yvonne Miller. Miller, D-Norfolk, who died in July, spent two decades pushing a constitutional...
Assignment ManagerAn openly gay prosecutor from Richmond has been appointed to a temporary judgeship. Tracy Thorne-Begland will become a General District Court judge. A month ago, the General Assembly refused to appoint Thorne-Begland to a permanent post. Some...
A Democratic lawsuit filed in December in a failed bid to block the Republican takeover of a Virginia state Senate with 20 Democrats and 20 Republicans has been dropped. Senate Democratic Caucus Chairman Don McEachin withdrew the lawsuit in Richmond...
Virginia Senate Republicans ruled out power sharing with Democrats on Wednesday with Republican Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling casting the vote that broke a partisan 20-20 tie, then used Bolling's position to take control of the Senate. Republicans rejected a...
AP Political WriterA Richmond judge has turned aside a lawsuit a Democratic senator filed challenging Republican plans to take power in a 40-member Senate where Democrats and Republicans each old 20 seats. Sen. Donald McEachin said a procedural ruling on his lawsuit in...
AP Political WriterVirginia Democrats are preparing to file a lawsuit challenging the right of Republicans to seize a majority in an evenly divided Senate unless they agree to share power. Senate Democratic Leader Dick Saslaw and Sen. Don McEachin said Monday they will...
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