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Virginia House and Senate bills advance to abolish death penalty | News | thecentralvirginian.com

Virginia will join 22 states in abolishing the death penalty | Crime & Courts | rappnews.com

Virginia will join 22 states in abolishing the death penalty | The Henrico Citizen

Lawmakers pass bill to stop student meal debt lawsuits – Benzie Record Patriot

Lawmakers pass bill to stop student meal debt lawsuits – Washington Times

Lawmakers pass bill to keep schools from suing over student meal debt

Virginia General Assembly passes bill to modernize HIV laws – AllNewsGroup.com

Virginia General Assembly advances bill to modernize HIV laws | News Break

Virginia General Assembly advances bill to modernize HIV laws

Bill seeking transparency in redistricting commission killed – CTInsider.com

Lawmakers kill bill calling for transparency in redistricting commission | Politics & Government | rappnews.com

Lawmakers kill bill calling for transparency in redistricting commission

Virginia lawmakers pass bills to collect data on pretrial detention – Royal Examiner

Lawmakers pass bills to collect data on pretrial detention

Lawmakers advance bills to compensate first responders hit by COVID-19 | 8News

Virginia lawmakers advance Consumer Data Protection Act – The Washington Post

Lawmakers advance Consumer Data Protection Act – Virginia Lawyers Weekly

Virginia lawmakers advance Consumer Data Protection Act

Bills That Help First Responders Hit by COVID-19 Advance

Bills that help first responders hit by COVID-19 advance –

Lawmakers advance bills to compensate first responders hit by COVID-19

Lawmakers kill bill requiring officers report wrongdoing – Farmville | Farmville

Lawmakers kill bill targeting officer accountability

Lawmakers kill bill targeting officer accountability – Washington Times

Police reform advocates frustrated by bill’s defeat

Police reform advocates frustrated by bill\’s defeat

Police reform advocates frustrated by bill’s defeat

Virginia legislators kill special education bill

Virginia Legislators Kill Special Education Bill

Virginia Legislators Kill Special Education Bill

House Advances Legislation Recognizing Water as Human Right

House Advances Legislation Recognizing Water as Human Right

Virginia lawmakers advance bills eliminating mandatory minimums | News Break

Mandatory Minimum Bills Advance From Virginia House, Senate – NBC4 Washington

Virginia lawmakers advance bills eliminating mandatory minimums

Bill to reduce felony drug possession charges dies in subcommittee

Bill to reduce felony drug possession charges dies in House subcommittee

Bill to reduce felony drug possession charges dies in subcommittee

Virginia set to become 23rd state to abolish death penalty

Virginia House and Senate bills advance to abolish death penalty

Virginia House and Senate Advance Bills to Abolish Death Penalty

Virginia House advances paid leave bill for essential workers

Virginia House Advances Paid Leave Bill for Essential Workers | 8News

Virginia House Advances Paid Leave Bill for Essential Workers

House Kills Bill Requiring Hazard Pay for Essential Employees | News | emporiaindependentmessenger.com

Virginia House kills bill requiring hazard pay for essential employees | News Break

House Kills Bill Requiring Hazard Pay For Essential Employees

Former Norfolk inmate spent 16 months in solitary confinement. A new Senate bill aims to prohibit it.

Amended solitary confinement bill heads to Virginia Senate

Amended bill to limit solitary confinement heads to Senate floor

Virginia Senate committee rejects hate crime expansion bill

Virginia Senate Committee Rejects Hate Crime Expansion Bill | VPM

Lawmakers advance Voting Rights Act of Virginia

Lawmakers advance Voting Rights Act of Virginia – Farmville | Farmville

Lawmakers advance Voting Rights Act of Virginia

Central Virginia food bank provides hunger relief during pandemic – Royal Examiner

Equity obstacles in Virginia push to legalize marijuana

Women in Academia Report Increased Gender Gap Amid COVID-19

Inmates frustrated by COVID-19 spike in prisons: ‘Nobody really cares’

Bakeries overcome challenges to sell sweet treats

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