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Audio: Alexandria City Legislative Director Gives Preview of Virginia Special Session...

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Check out the following audio by Transition Virginia, in which they preview the upcoming Virginia General Assembly's Special Session, which starts tomorrow. A few...

Virginia’s General Assembly Special Session Starting Tuesday Will Have to Make...

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You might have seen some media stories (e.g, see here) about a Medicaid-related lawsuit filed by doctors and hospitals. In short: A coalition of Virginia...

Nick Rathod: Thinking Long Term During Virginia’s Special Session

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by Nick Rathod Next week, the Virginia General Assembly convenes for a special session to respond to both the budget crisis caused by the COVID-19...

Virginia Lawmakers Have Tax Policy Options to Meet the Moment and...

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From the Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis State Lawmakers Have Tax Policy Options to Meet the Moment and Lay Groundwork for Stronger Recovery Virginia has pressing...

Virginia Issues Year-End Revenue Report

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From Gov. Ralph Northam's office: Virginia Issues Year-End Revenue Report ~ Total General Fund revenue collections increased 2.0% over prior year, but $236.5 million below official forecast ~ RICHMOND—Governor...

Budget Matters: A Brief Look at Spending Choices by Virginia on...

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From The Commonwealth Institute: Budget Matters: A Brief Look at Spending Choices by Virginia on Policing The struggles for racial justice and economic justice are deeply...

Governor Northam Signs Two-Year State Budget

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From Gov. Ralph Northam's office: Governor Northam Signs Two-Year State Budget ~ Final action also taken on eight other bills ~ RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam today took final action...

Video: Economic and Revenue Briefings for the Virginia General Assembly’s “Money...

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How badly is the COVID-19 pandemic hitting Virginia's budget and economy, and how is the state government dealing with this? Check out the following...

General Assembly Approves Accelerated Effective Date for Consumer Lending Reforms

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From AG Mark Herring's office: GENERAL ASSEMBLY APPROVES ACCELERATED EFFECTIVE DATE FOR CONSUMER LENDING REFORMS ~ Change comes after Herring asked Governor Northam to move the effective...

Gov. Ralph Northam: “New Circumstances Now Require Us to Revisit” Budget

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Necessary but very painful...what a difference a few weeks makes, eh?