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
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Del. Kaye Kory Appointed to Joint Commission on Health Care
Falls Church, Va. - Yesterday, William Howell, Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates, informed Del. Kaye Kory (D-38) of her appointment to the Joint Commission on Health Care.
Last week the General Assembly reconvened for a Special Session, passed a state budget and attempted to ensure that Governor McAuliffe would have no possible option of expanding Medicaid without securing full legislative concurrence. Two unexpected events had an enormous, and in my view, an unfortunate impact on the results of the Special Session.
A Health Care Showdown in Virginia
In Virginia, there are 400,000 low-income people who can’t afford health coverage but don’t qualify for federal insurance subsidies. If they lived across the state line in Maryland, West Virginia or Kentucky, which have expanded their Medicaid programs, they could get the coverage they need. Terry McAuliffe, the Virginia governor, campaigned on bringing an expanded Medicaid program to Virginia, too.
Congratulations to Attorney General Mark Herring for his opinion that DACA students are eligible for in-state tuitionMay 13, 2014News Clip
Congratulations to Attorney General Mark Herring for his opinion that DACA students are eligible for in-state tuition under current Virginia law. I have been fighting for this opportunity for the past two General Assembly sessions. This is the right thing to do. I am proud that Virginia elected an AG with the courage to extend the American Dream to future citizens who will enrich our Commonwealth.