Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said the coalition seeks for the Supreme Court to overturn a federal appeals court ruling that permits states to outlaw ammunition magazines that are legal in more than half the country.
A hiring event will be held on June 10 with the goal of hiring more than 750 people to fill jobs in its retail, e-commerce, pharmacy, manufacturing and logistics operations. There are 257 openings in the Richmond region.
A new initiative was announced Tuesday with the goal of supporting child care providers in offering critical support for breastfeeding mothers, who often return to work during their baby’s first year of life with limited or no support.
Nearly 100 years after they were built, and almost four years since their near-removal sparked a violent white supremacist rally in the city, Charlottesville is getting rid of two confederate statues from two downtown parks.
The Legislature also approved appropriations to move around unappropriated federal funds for fiscal year 2021 -- ending June 30 for the Department of Health and Human Resources and the Department of Education.
Reflecting on what our community has learned in the nearly 15 months since the first COVID-19 case was found in Charlottesville led us to conversations with two University of Virginia Health doctors, Taison Bell and Kathy Bonham.
“What the institute will allow us to do is to accelerate collaboration across grounds that all added, making the whole greater than the sum of its parts, focusing on the work that we can do collectively that single institution couldn’t do alone."
Governor Ralph Northam has proclaimed June as Pride Month in Virginia to celebrate the Commonwealth’s LGBTQ+ communities, their achievements and contributions, and their fight for inclusion and equality, in a press release Friday.