HB737 would enable veterans to ditch their ID card and simply carry a driver’s license.
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A bill would require schools without ASL classes to give credit for approved online or community college courses.
“Rather than come clean and fix the problem, they tried to cover up the danger,” said Attorney General Mark Herring.
“It’s so important for every child, when they graduate, to know that they have a path,” said Sen. Glen Sturtevant.
A reporting requirement is expected to save the commonwealth an estimated $300,000 a year.
Expansion could bring coverage to hundreds of thousands of Virginians and billions in federal funds.
“I think we have to provide solutions for Virginians,” said Kilgore. “That’s what people want. They don’t want the ‘just say no’ crowd.”
The House moved to adjourn in memory and honor of the victims and their families.
The House and Senate have wrapped up work on their own bills. Now, those bills cross over to the other chamber for consideration.
The House and Senate have passed bills that would allow schools to count recess as instructional time.
Del. Will Morefield (R-Tazewell) introduced House Bill 222.
Virginia is exploring the option of bringing heavier trucks to its roads.
The governor described the deal as “meeting in the middle.”
Proponents say it could save women hundreds of dollars over time.
Salamander Savers 4-H Club inspired HB459.
“This is just one of many steps I’m going to make to support our veterans,” said Del. John McGuire (R-Henrico).