Bills addressing education, ethics and mental health are among those that were approved by lawmakers.
Legislators passed ethics, mental health and school testing reforms on last day, but budget still in limbo.
Governor says there will be a break until March 24, but Medicaid will not be decoupled from budget talks.
Virginia homeowners’ associations will not have the power to impose fines that are not in their declarations.
Boyd Marcus, nominated for the ABC Board by Gov. Terry McAuliffe, was voted down in the House.
Virginia lawmakers have taken a ban on oral and anal sex out of the state code.
Del. Barbara J. Comstock’s bill aimed to prevent vehicles from following cyclists too closely.
The mental health investigator cites interference in his work from the Virginia state inspector general.
With red pen in hand, Sen. J. Chapman Petersen wants to simplify the language of legislation.
If Gov. Terry McAuliffe agrees, it will soon be illegal to “maliciously” spread explicit photos online.
Supporters in Va. legislature say new treatment of research spending will encourage clean energy.
The woman charged in the attack on a Virginia delegate’s wife met the family on a Semester at Sea program.
Bob FitzSimmonds’s use of offensive slang term in a Facebook post is indefensible, Republican leaders say.
The wife of Virginia’s House minority leader was attacked in their Charlottesville home, authorities said
Maurice Jones sent e-mail seeking help for appropriations bill while serving as HUD deputy secretary.
Measures would allow homeowner associations to levy fines, even if not in the bylaws.
A Virginia lawmaker sarcastically referred to a pregnant woman as a “host” in a Facebook post.
The approval comes at a time when states are having trouble finding drugs to carry out executions.
Some lawmakers ask that prayers respect the faiths represented in the chamber and the commonwealth.
The measure would have allowed Va. homeschooled high school students to participate in public school sports.
Rachel Weiner came to The Post as a politics web editor. She spent the past two years writing for The Fix and running The Post’s 2012 election blog, appropriately (if not very creatively) called Election 2012. By the end of that race she decided it was time for a long break from national politics. She now covers cops and courts in Arlington and Alexandria.