Pope, Church & State: A weekly look at the General Assembly's 2020 Session

Feb 21, 2020

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A weekly conversation about what's happened at the General Assembly with Michael Pope and Luke Church.

Week Nine:

The General Assembly session is scheduled to wrap up Saturday and lawmakers are about to head home after a 60 day session.

Week Eight:

The end of the General Assembly session is approaching, but there’s still plenty of work to be done.

Week Seven:

Democratic state senators have been derailing a few of their own party’s agenda items.

Week Six:

A flurry of activity before the crossover deadline.

Week Five:

Legislators are closing in on the halfway point of the General Assembly session.

Week Four:

The Equal Rights Amendment, abortion restrictions and guns were among the headlines from the state capitol this week.

Week Three:

Virginia’s General Assembly session often seems like a weeks-long sprint. And some believe this year’s action is moving even faster.

Week Two:

Much of the drama at the General Assembly this week has been about what might go on outside the capitol building.

Week One:

Lawmakers are wrapping up the first few history-making days at the General Assembly. 

This report, provided by Virginia Public Radio, was made possible with support from the Virginia Education Association.