Posts Tagged Vivian Watts
Robbery Definition Changing in Virginia
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on July 1, 2021
Robbery will have a more nuanced definition after a bill reforming the state’s definition becomes law on July 1st. Jahd Khalil reports.
Some are Calling for an End to Split Precincts Following Voting Errors in Fredericksburg
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on January 22, 2018
Confusion over split precincts led to a meltdown in Fredericksburg last year, when dozens of voters were given the wrong ballot. Now some lawmakers are hoping for a fix. Michael Pope has the latest from the Capitol.
Shoot! Cursing is Still a Crime in Virginia
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on January 18, 2018
Lawmakers in Richmond occasionally curse at each other as debates get heated. And, as Michael Pope explains, they’re breaking the law.
Power Sharing In The General Assembly? It’s Happened Before
Posted by Nick Gilmore in Virginia's News on December 27, 2017
With Democrats and Republicans so evenly split in the House of Delegates, members may be forced into a power-sharing agreement. Virginia’s previous experience with power sharing had mixed results. Michael Pope reports.