RICHMOND, Va. — Instead of challenging Attorney General Mark Herring’s edict that illegal immigrants are entitled to in-state college tuition, self-professed conservatives at the General Assembly look for ways to reimburse the schools.
That’s how legislative sausage gets made, and why Richmond is behaving more like Washington, D.C., these days.
By Kristin L. Allen, Virginia Education Coalition, LLC
Opponents to parental choice in education assert that choice will eventually lead to the disintegration of the entire system of public education. This will not happen. Surveys of voting Virginia parents suggest that 42 percent prefer public school for their child and would not consider any other mode of education even ...
RICHMOND – Attorney General Mark Herring announced Thursday that his office is creating a unit to train and guide local law enforcement and state agencies on how to pursue cases involving animal welfare or abuse.
Local prosecutors and police often seek help from the attorney general’s office on how to investigate ...
By: Meghan Gaffney | Capital News Service
Mugshot extortion happens when an online publication such as Mugshots.com, charges $399 to remove a person’s arrest photo from its website
RICHMOND – The state Senate has unanimously passed a bill that would make extorting individuals by publishing their arrest records and photos online a Class 1 misdemeanor.