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
UVA Must Act to Stop Rape Culture
Falls Church--November 25, 2014, Delegate Kaye Kory (D-38-Falls Church & Annandale) issued the following statement today in reaction to the events disclosed in a Rolling Stone magazine article about a rape at the University of Virginia.
The Supreme Court has made an historic decision to decline to review Virginia’s Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals’ ruling in Bostic v Schaefer. That ruling affirmed legal marriage equality in Virginia. At last, all Virginians have the legal right to a committed union recognized and respected by our Commonwealth.
***For Immediate Release***
This week I am returning to the topic of ethics reform that I addressed in three columns last year [8/14, 9/11, 10/09]. This issue is truly the “canary in the coal mine” for the institutions upon which democratic governance depends.
The putative purpose of the special session of the General Assembly that begins on September 18th is to consider and debate alternatives to Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act. The economic and public policy facts so overwhelmingly support accepting the incremental $2.1 billion that would flow to the Commonwealth under the ACA that opposing views are at least as counter to the facts as the views of those who deny evolution or climate change, and far more tangibly harmful to Virginians! If you believe this statement is hyperbole, please consult a study just released by the Ro