Posts Tagged Governor Terry McAuliffe
Why Medicaid Expansion Could Hinge On A Drawing By Lot
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on January 3, 2018
Four years ago, Terry McAuliffe was elected on, partly, a platform of expanding Medicaid. So far, he has been unable to deliver on that promise. But Democrats are hoping his last budget will plant the seeds for that to happen after he’s no longer in office. Michael Pope reports.
Amazon is Just the Latest Topic of Discussion for Virginia’s Gubernatorial Candidates
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on September 21, 2017
Will Virginia become home to a second headquarters for Amazon? That’s a question that’s consuming economic development officials right now. But it’s also become an issue on the campaign trail for the Executive Mansion. Michael Pope has the story.
Proposed Pipeline Projects Could Mean Bumpy End to the McAuliffe Administration
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on August 24, 2017
Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe may have only a few months left as governor, but they may end up being some of the most tumultuous of his term in office. Michael Pope has the story.
Craft Breweries Triple During McAuliffe Administration
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on August 16, 2017
As Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe prepares to leave office early next year, he can look to a record of economic development that even some Republicans applaud. But there’s one particular industry that the governor has tapped more than others. Michael Pope serves up the story.
Governor McAuliffe Takes Stock of what Did – and Didn’t – Happen on Mental Health During Term
Posted by dmjones101 in Virginia's News on July 20, 2017
During his last few months as governor, Terry McAullife is taking stock of his time in office — especially on action on mental health. Michael Pope has the story.
McAuliffe Won’t Stop Tonight’s Execution
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on July 6, 2017
Virginia’s governor has said he will not intervene in the execution of William Morva, set for 9 o’clock tonight. Sandy Hausman spoke with Terry McAuliffe shortly before he announced the decision.
Governor McAuliffe Signs Bills Aimed at Protecting Virginia’s Senior Citizens
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on June 9, 2017
Governor Terry McAuliffe is hoping two new laws will do more to protect seniors from going hungry and falling prey to financial exploitation. Michael Pope reports.
Virginia Gov. Proposes Cap and Trade Program, Praised for “Standing Up to Trump”
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on May 19, 2017
As the federal government looks to roll back the Clean Power Plan, Virginia’s Governor is stepping in. Terry McAuliffe says the state will plow forward on its own to lower pollution, and combat climate change. Mallory Noe-Payne reports.
Governor McAuliffe Approves Airbnb Regulation Bill
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on March 28, 2017
Virginia’s Republican lawmakers and Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe have finally reached a middle ground on how to handle one part of the new disruptive economy. As Michael Pope reports, local governments across Virginia are about to start cracking down on Airbnb.
Another Year, Same Results at the General Assembly
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on February 23, 2017
In Virginia, Governor Terry McAuliffe is breaking out the veto pen — killing many of the same bills he vetoed last year and the year before that. Michael Pope has this look at the Groundhog Day General Assembly.
Once Again, McAuliffe Presses for Medicaid Expansion
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on October 14, 2016
State leaders are divided over the best way to close a $1.5 billion budget shortfall. But Governor McAuliffe is taking the opportunity to once again press for expanding Medicaid. Michael Pope explains.
How Will Governor McAuliffe Deal With the Budget Shortfall?
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on October 13, 2016
Up to 26 state employees may be losing their jobs, and no state employees will be getting previously promised pay raises. That’s because of a budget shortfall this year. As Mallory Noe-Payne reports, Governor McAuliffe today gave specifics on how he plans to close the gap.