Kaye delivers proclamation about ServiceSource's long history in service to individuals with disabilities
Del. Kaye Kory listens to constituents' concerns at a gathering in Laurie Linderg's backyard.
Del. Kory launches re-election campaign
Kaye, then Sen. Ralph Northam, and Sen. Dick Saslaw speaking a campaign event in Annandale
Conferring during the floor session of the House of Delegates. Photo by Bob Brown
This week in Richmond, conservatives have gone from outrageous attempts to rig elections to attacks on women's health in the budget. While we're getting closer to the end of the General Assembly session, we still have a lot of fighting left to do.
Thank you so much for your support so far, but stick with us because we need your help to battle through to the end. Here is this week's update on our major issues:
Senator Reeves is rigging his own election
The Legislative Session has started. Come hear about the proposed legislation and offer your feedback.
Town Hall meeting with invited guests
Senator Dick Saslaw
Senator Dave Marsden
Saturday February 7
10:00 am to 12:30 pm
Sleepy Hollow Elementary School
3333 Sleepy Hollow Road
Falls Church, VA 22044
Looking forward to seeing you there!
Every day last summer, Juan de la Rosa Diaz worked at a Mexican restaurant on Midlothian Turnpike in Richmond, Virginia, waiting tables to help pay for his education.
But the 19-year-old political science major at Virginia Tech said he could be forced to drop out if legislation pending in the General Assembly — that would deny in-state tuition to immigrants granted temporary protected status — becomes law.