'We're In A War With This Virus': Biden Lays Out COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan

Updated 5:06 p.m. ET On Friday afternoon, President-Elect Joe Biden shared a detailed plan to tackle the COVID-19 vaccination rollout, promising to fight the pandemic with "the full strength of the federal government." In a speech in Delaware, Biden laid out his five-part plan for how to speed up the vaccination campaign: Open up vaccine eligibility to more people; create more vaccination sites; increase vaccine supply; hire a vaccination workforce; and launch a large-scale public education...

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After the pandemic is over, schools across Virginia might end up continuing some version of virtual education.

Legislation Targets Illegal Evictions

Jan 14, 2021

As illegal evictions persist in Virginia, members of the General Assembly are moving forward on legislation that would provide more legal recourse for tenants and increase penalties for wrongdoers.

Virginia's governor announced plans to speed up vaccine distribution and the reopening of schools.

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Lawmakers in the General Assembly are considering a censure of a Republican senator who spoke at the rally that led to the attack on the Capitol.

Nearly 7,800 inmates in state prisons have come down with COVID-19. Fifty of them and two staff members have died, and advocates are demanding the governor release more people who are at high risk of death from the virus.

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In his annual State of the Commonwealth address Wednesday night, Governor Ralph Northam outlined a plan to tackle some of Virginia’s most pressing issues.


When the General Assembly met just over a year ago, members passed a bill that could make Virginia a leader in the transition to Clean Energy. Democrats were thrilled, but critics say the law could boost utility bills in this state by $800 a year on average by 2030. 

Now, nine lawmakers are backing legislation to protect consumers.

Lawmakers are back in session, and they're debating a familiar topic of disagreement: abortion.

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Lawmakers are back in session at the General Assembly for a session unlike any other.

Members of Group 1B in the Richmond area – which includes emergency personnel and teachers – will soon be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine.


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