Confidence in the Obama administration to handle the threat of Ebola is so low that even members of Congress are trying to fill the gap.Read More →
At least one of Virginia’s 23 community colleges has some serious shaping up to do, a recent state audit revealed.
Northern Virginia Community College, called NVCC or NOVA for short, paid $1.3 million in hourly rates of up to $290 to a firm it didn’t even hold accountable to make good on its contracts, an audit from the state’s Auditor of Public Accounts on the community college system reveals.Read More →
The acceptance of electronic or e-signatures on voter registration forms from third parties poses risks, but there’s a lot more to be worried about leading up to Nov. 4, says one election integrity advocate.Read More →
Bright minds disagree on whether Virginia’s governor should serve twice in a row, given that Virginia is the last state in the country that prohibits two consecutive terms. But one thing is clear to Richard Kelsey, an assistant dean at George Mason University School of Law — this “has nothing to do with ethics.”Read More →
Richard Kelsey, an assistant dean at George Mason University School of Law, wasn’t caught off guard when he read the Washington Post report that Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s chief of staff offered a job for then-state Sen. Phil Puckett’s daughter if the lawmaker stayed in office to keep Democratic control of the Senate.Read More →
Virginia’s attorney general has given his legal stamp of approval to electronic signatures on voter registration forms submitted by third parties.Read More →