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Virginia Under Republican Leadership 2024

Office of the Governor Website, Office of the Lt. Governor Website, Office of the Attorney General Website

NRA 2023 Virginia General Election Ratings

2022-2023 Virginia General Assembly Report Card by the Family Foundation

May 17, 2024, Youngkin Vetoes Virginia Contraception Act, The Hill

May 17, 2024, The Stealth Tax That Remains in the Budget, The Republican Standard

Apr 17, 2024, Virginia Legislature Will Consider Reworked State Budget in May 13 Special Session, Virginia Mercury

Apr 17, 2024, Future of Skill Games in Virginia Still Uncertain as Senate Rejects Youngkins's Veto 34-6, Virginia Mercury

Apr 8, 2024, Common Ground for the Commonwealth - Governor Youngkin's Proposed Amendments to the FY 25-26 Budget, Office of the Governor

May 16, 2024, Military Veteran Families Outraged at Cuts to Veteran Education Benefits Program, 13NewsNow

Apr 6, 2024, Youngkin Uses Veto Pen to Protect Farmers and Lower-Skilled Workers, Republican Standard
 

Apr 5, 2024, Youngkin Backs Bipartisan Commitment to Fight Fentanyl Crisis, Republican Standard

Mar 28, 2024, Youngkin Vetoes Bills on Marijuana Sales, Minimum Wage, Virginia Mercury

Mar 27, 2024, Youngkin Signs Bill Filed After Shooting Death of Henrico Teen, Vetoes 30 Others Related to Guns, Virginia Mercury
 

Mar 27, 2024, Youngkin Requests To Review Course Syllabi at George Mason, Virginia Commonwealth Universities, The Virginian-Pilot

Mar 26, 2024, Youngkin Stands Firm as Dems Prefer Giving Millions to Pot Rather than Opportunity, Daily Signal

Mar 26, 2024, Virginia's Youngkin Vetoes Dozens of Gun Control Bills, Emerges as "Brick Wall" Against Democrats, Daily Wire

Mar 26, 2024, Youngkin Vetoes Anti-Gun Legislation, The Republican Standard

Mar 25, 2024, Monumental Sports, Youngkin Reject Possibility of Virginia Arena Funding Being Paired With Possible Tysons Corner Casino, Bullets Forever

Mar 9, 2024, Gov. Youngkin Invokes Veto, Stops Virginia's Reentry into ERIC Multi-State Vote Compact, Western Journal

Mar 6, 2024, Virginia Legislature: Gov. Youngkin Signs 64 Bills Into Law, Vetoes 8 Bills, Associated Press

Feb 23, 2024, Three Interesting Bills: Regulation of Public Pools, Five Needle and Acupuncture Certificates, Virginia Mercury

Feb 23, 2024, Bills Requiring Identification of 'Forever Chemicals' Advancing Through the Legislature, Virginia Mercury

Feb 22, 2024, Democrats Propose Tweaks to  Parental Notification Laws, Citing Censorship Concerns, Virginia Mercury

Feb 21, 2024, Bill Protecting Same-Sex Marriage in Virginia Heading to Youngkin's Desk, Virginia Mercury

Feb 13, 2024, Democrats Push Minimum Wage Proposal Through General Assembly Along Party Lines, The Republican Standard

Feb 8, 2024, Pickle Law Get Let Out of the Jar: Lawmakers Pass Bill in Virginia House 92-4, WRIC ABC News 8

[This bill was in response to a woman cited for selling cake pops at a craft holiday show]

Feb 8, 2024, Senator Says State Schools Superintendent Lisa Coons Misled Senate Panel, WRIC ABC News 8

Feb 7, 2024, Bill Requiring Schools to Send Parents Gun Safety Notices Passes Senate, House, Virginia Mercury

Feb 7, 2024, Va. Commission to Review Mandatory Insurance for Devastating PAN/PANDAS Childhood Disease, Virginia Mercury

Feb 6, 2024, Virginia Senate Postpones Northern Virginia Casino Plan Until 2025, Virginia Mercury

Feb 1, 2024, Virginia Bill to Let Non-Utilities Supply Offshore Wind Energy Pushed Back to 2025, Virginia Mercury

Jan 26, 2024, Youngkin Takes Stand Against Minimum Wage Hike, Advocates for Market-Led Solutions,  The Republican Standard

Jan 21, 2024, Gov Youngkin Signs Executive Order On Implementing Guidelines for Use of AI in Schools, Businesses, WTOP

Jan 20, 2024, Miyares, Youngkin Honor the 51st March for Life in Washington, The Republican Standard

Jan 18, 2024, Youngkin Says Holding Fentanyl Dealers Accountable Just Makes Sense, After Senate Democrats Sink Bill, Fox News

Jan 18, 2024, Virginia Democrats Continue to Push for $15 Minimum Wage, Virginia Mercury

Jan 17, 2024, In Senate Virginia Democrats Kill Republican Attempts to Rool Back Vehicle Emission law, Virginia Mercury

Jan 15, 2024, As Data Centers Continue Spreading Across Virginia, State Lawmakers Propose New Development Rules, Virginia Mercury

Jan 12, 2024, Scott Announces Special Committee on Rural Health Care Access, Virginia Mercury

Jan 10, 2024, Youngkin Re-Ups Call for Tax Changes, Vow to Veto Right-to-Work Repeal, Virginia Mercury

Jan 10, 2024, Governor Youngkin Provides Grants to Expand Mental Health Services, Daily News Record

Jan 9, 2024, Republicans Win Both Virginia General Assembly Special Elections to Retain General Assembly Seats, Virginia Mercury

Jan 4, 2024, Virginia's Recreational Marijuana Roll-Out Faces Regulatory Road Block, The Republican Standard

Jan 2, 2024, A Drama-free Virginia's 2024 General Assembly This Year? Maybe . . ., Republican Standard

Chief Patron Bills Sponsored by Rockingham County General Assembly members in 2024 Session

​Link to Members List in General Assembly Legislative Information System to check individual bills: https://lis.virginia.gov/241/mbr/MBR.HTM

C. Todd Gilbert HD 33 R-Woodstock

  • HB 376 New Market, Town of; new charter (provisions charter repealed).

  • HB 1042 Controlled substances; manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing, etc.;adulterated or misbranded.

  • HR 13 Commending Sandra Gioia Treadway.

 

Chris S. Runion HD 35 R-Bridgewater

  • HB 461 Photo speed monitoring devices; pole-mounted speed display sign.

  • HB 462 Virginia Public School Construction Grants Program and Fund; revision of guidelines, etc.

  • HB 463 Polling places; prohibited activities or conduct, application to locations for absentee voting.

  • HB 464 Retail Sales and Use Tax; exemptions for nonprofit entities.

  • HB 465 Election administration; recommended number of deputy general registrars.

  • HB 577 Department of Medical Assistance Services; Department of Behavioral Health.

  • HB 661 Department of Transportation; design-build engineer regulations.

  • HB 675 Board of Visitors of the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind; authority to establish campus.

  • HB 676 Department of Criminal Justice Services; school resource officers; establishment of minimum.

  • HB 1029 Certain school divisions; cost-savings agreements; requirements.

  • HB 1224 Department of Motor Vehicles; fees.

  • HB 1254 Bridges; state of good repair; allocation of funds.

  • HJ 61 Study; State Council of Higher Education for Virginia; $10,000 per year baccalaureate degree; repo

  • HR 6 Commending the Grottoes Volunteer Fire Department.

Tony O. Wilt HD 34 R-Harrisonburg, Rockingham

  • HB 3 State Air Pollution Control Board; motor vehicle emissions standards.

  • HB 1014 Public defender offices; City of Harrisonburg and County of Rockingham.

  • HB 1015 Agricultural best management practices tax credit; agricultural equipment purchase tax credit.

  • HB 1016 Charitable gaming; definition of organization.

  • HB 1017 Discharge plans; copies to public elementary and secondary schools.

  • HB 1018 Powers of investigators; enforcement of certain tobacco laws.

  • HB 1019 Health insurance for local employees.

  • HB 1020 High school family life education curricula; programs on crime of sexual extortion.

  • HB 1021 Department of Medical Assistance Services; Department of Behavioral Health.

  • HB 1022 Universal licensure for certain law-enforcement officers.

  • HB 1023 Polling places; prohibited activities or conduct; application to locations for absentee voting.

  • HB 1024 Early childhood care and education system; limitations on pre-service training requirements.

  • HB 1025 Claiming a deer, bear, turkey, or elk struck by motor vehicle.

  • HB 1026 Sex offenses prohibiting working on school property; penalty.

  • HB 1240 Sale of nicotine vapor product, alternative nicotine product, hemp product intended for smoking.

  • HB 1241 Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; partial termination of certain time-shares.

  • HB 1282 Department of Medical Assistance Services; Department of Behavioral Health.

Mark D. Obenshain SD-2, R-Rockingham

  • SB 466 Line of Duty Act; campus police officers; private police officers.

  • SB 467 Foster care; diversionary placements; alternative living arrangements.

  • SB 468 Certain school divisions; cost-savings agreements; requirements.

  • SB 469 Controlled substances; manufacturing, selling, giving, distributing, etc.; adulterated.

  • SB 470 Uniform Statutory Rule Against Perpetuities; trusts; certain nonvested property interests or powers.

  • SB 471 Certain powers of attorney; transfer on death deeds.

  • SB 472 Virginia Retirement System; enhanced retirement benefits for 911 dispatchers.

  • SB 474 Virginia Public School Construction Grants Program and Fund; career and technical education.

  • SB 572 Maximum width of vehicles; school buses.

  • SB 573 Virginia Public Safety Communications Infrastructure Fund and Program established.

  • SB 575 Discharge plans; copies to public elementary and secondary schools.

  • SB 577 Elections; campaign finance; exemption for candidates for local office or directors of soil.

  • SB 579 Nursing homes and certified nursing facilities; professional liability insurance.

  • SB 600 Virginia Real Estate Time-Share Act; partial termination of certain time-shares.

  • SB 617 Commonwealth Mass Transit Fund; Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority; budget; operating.

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