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House Democrats Plan $1.3 Billion Tax Hike, ‘Study’ Pay Raises for Themselves in 2024-2026 Biennial Budget
House Democrats today proposed more than $1.3 billion in higher taxes on hard-working Virginia families, just days after telling Virginians that there’s no room in the budget to prosecute those poisoning children with counterfeit, fentanyl-laced pills.
With crossover come and gone, House Democrats have made it clear – they have no interest in addressing the fentanyl crisis, firearm violence, and a number of other priorities they claim to support.
RICHMOND — Democrats acknowledge that Virginia’s electric vehicle mandate is flawed and needs work. Today, they voted in unison to kill any effort to fix it for another year. Democratic members of a House Labor and Commerce Committee subpanel tabled House Bill 3 from...
Leaders of the Virginia House Republican Caucus issued the following statements on Governor Youngkin’s State of the Commonwealth Address:
Kim put in the hard work day after day, bringing home victory in what was the third-most expensive House of Delegates race in Virginia history. I’m proud of the massive effort and resources that our combined Republican team was able to put forward to help her execute her campaign and secure another term. I also want to thank Governor Youngkin for his historic investment in the effort to increase early and absentee voting by Republicans. There’s no question that the Secure Your Vote Virginia effort played a significant role in this victory.
Earlier today, House Republican Leader Todd Gilbert appointed Del. Israel O’Quinn, R-Washington, to serve as Deputy Republican Leader for the 2023-24 General Assembly.
The House Republican Caucus elected their leadership for the 2024-2025 House Of Delegates at their organizational meeting Sunday. Del. Todd Gilbert, R-Shenandoah, was elected Republican Leader, Del. Amanda Batten, R-James City County, was re-elected Caucus Chair, and...
Statement of Speaker Todd Gilbert, R-Shenandoah “When Republicans say ‘parents matter,’ it’s not just lip service. Parents should and must be involved in every aspect of their children’s education, especially in matters of safety. It shouldn’t require an Executive...
“I look forward to working with Governor Youngkin and our Senate colleagues next year to craft a two-year budget that provides significant help for families dealing with skyrocketing costs.”
“We’re closer than ever before to providing real tax relief to Virginia families who are being squeezed by inflation and other skyrocketing costs, and providing historic levels of support for our schools.”
Kimberly Pope Adams will stand strong for her district — as long as the money keeps flowing.
If keeping secrets from parents is a good policy, why hide discussion and limit debate?