Florida, Iowa, South Carolina, West Virginia and South Dakota are among other states with GOP governors that are sending troops to Texas.
A provision in the debt ceiling bill passed by Congress this week expedites construction and prohibits future lawsuits over permits.
The governor says he is sending the troops at the request of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott in order to help secure the border and reduce the flow of fentanyl.
Virginia broadens access to state jobs by dropping most college degree requirements.
A Hanover County School Board member wants to remove 17 books from school libraries. About 29% of the book titles are about LGBTQ issues or center queer characters.
During a May 9 meeting of the Hanover County School Board, Cold Harbor District representative Steve Ikenberry names 17 books he thinks should not be available in schools.
Youngkin says his Virginia agenda, the November General Assembly elections and negotiations on a state budget are his focus now.
Matt Strickland in 27th District, Hermie Sadler in 17th District, fault Youngkin for backing their GOP rivals.
This is not a fair match. Youngkin's got to know that he can't win a debate over diversity, equity and inclusion - DEI - with the guy who is a living monument to all three.
The governor's latest cute crack about his national interests may have been too clever.
The recasting of the history curriculum comes ahead of legislative elections that could rewrite his legacy.
A just-forming Virginia Alliance for Semiconductor Technology bringing together business and colleges and universities will create three new certification programs for workers in semiconductors and microelectronics, Gov. Glenn Youngkin said.
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Gov. Glenn Youngkin calls Irvo Otieno's death "heart-wrenching" and says Virginia must press forward with "an aggressive transformation" of the state's mental health system.
The battle over comes down to which philosophical viewpoint holds a majority on an odd-numbered commission.
Basic aid figures did not reflect a provision to hold localities harmless from the elimination of state's portion of the sales tax on groceries.
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A Ford Motor Co. spokeswoman said Thursday the auto manufacturer had not selected a site for its planned electric vehicle battery plant in partnership with a Chinese company, just hours after the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported that two sources said the company had notified state officials that it had picked Virginia for the multi-billion dollar project.
Ford Motor Co. notified Virginia that it had selected the Southern Virginia Mega Site at Berry Hill for an electric battery plant prior to Gov. Glenn Youngkin scuttling the plan, according to two people with knowledge of the situation who spoke on condition of anonymity. Ford was also working on the site.
Youngkin balked at the plant's partnership with a Chinese company. If Ford finalized the project, it would have gone in a mega site in Pittsylvania County.
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Officials who oversee a struggling state higher-education center in Martinsville met Friday to plan the agency's future, and lamented the lack of assistance they said they receive from a non-profit group whose mission is to help them.
The board of New College Institute, a struggling higher-education center in Martinsville, will meet Friday for a retreat in what is the board's first gathering since late June.