Laura Vozzella
Reporter

Laura Vozzella covers Virginia politics for The Washington Post.

Prior to joining the paper, she was a political columnist and food writer at The Baltimore Sun. She dutifully recorded hockey sums and breaking news for The Associated Press in Boston, covered federal court for The Fort Worth Star-Telegram and chronicled everything that moved in a small Connecticut town for her hometown newspaper, The Hartford Courant.

Latest by Laura Vozzella

Virginia Senate Republicans were set to sink ethics bill

They said it was flawed, but the House speaker threatened to shame them publicly if they passed nothing.

Deals on ethics rules, reporting of sexual assaults wrap up Va. session

Deals on ethics rules, reporting of sexual assaults wrap up Va. session

Bills will cap gifts to public officials at $100 and require police to be informed of more crimes at colleges.

Va. Republican Party spokesman to announce departure

Garren Shipley says he’s taken another job that will allow him to spend more time with his family.

With time to spare, Va. lawmakers finish work on proposed budget

The plan rejects Medicaid expansion but provides millions sought for mental-health services.