For the third time this year, the House of Delegates overwhelmingly rejected a proposal to expand Medicaid in the Commonwealth.
House passes bipartisan budget agreement
The Virginia House of Delegates on Thursday passed House Bill 5010, the bipartisan budget agreement that closes the remainder of Virginia’s $2.4 billion revenue shortfall for fiscal years 2015 and 2016.
Speaker Howell on upcoming special session
Balancing the budget, debating Medicaid expansion.
Washington vs Richmond on balanced budgets
What a difference 90 miles can make.
Speaker Howell, House Leaders on Budget Deal
House leaders announce bipartisan budget deal to close $2.4 billion shortfall.
House Leadership on Fairfax Voter Fraud Allegations
“We are deeply concerned by allegations that more than a dozen voters in Fairfax County cast multiple ballots in the 2012 presidential election.”
What does the federal highway trust fund have to do with Medicaid expansion?
Problems with the federal highway trust fund should be a huge red flag on Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion.
House and Senate to debate Medicaid expansion in September
The House and Senate will reconvene to give Medicaid expansion a “full and fair debate.”
Speaker Howell, House Leaders release legal analysis on Governor McAuliffe’s lack of authority to unilaterally expand Medicaid
This sound legal analysis thoroughly explains why the decision on Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion rests with the General Assembly, not the Governor.
What They’re Saying: McAuliffe’s Executive Power Grab
Newspapers from across Virginia rip Governor Terry McAuliffe’s executive power grab.