Now that Republicans firmly control the General Assembly with their big win this week in coal country’s Senate District 38, Virginia can expect blissful compromise between state legislators and the Democratic executive branch, right?
Hardly.Read More →
An election-integrity group is challenging the status of nearly 15,000 voters reportedly registered in both Fairfax County and Maryland.Read More →
By Kathryn Watson | Watchdog.org, Virginia Bureau
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — If the jury in former Gov. Bob McDonnell’s federal corruption trial finds him guilty, he’ll probably lose his cushy retirement benefits thanks to a law that he helped enacted.
In March 2011, McDonnell, who championed himself as a reformer of the state’s underfunded pension system, signed a [...]
King George County, a rural enclave of 25,000 people, has racked up $100 million in debt with a spending spree on new public buildings.Read More →
The battle over public pensions isn’t just some amorphous thing at the federal and state levels — it’s playing out in Virginia schools.Read More →
The federal government has taken over the case of an FBI employee involved in a fender bender.Read More →