Miss Community Clovia and Miss Grassroots Sandra Antoine both say “don’t allow legislators to make decisions over your family and community without your input.” Press play
The 2017 Session of the Virginia General Assembly is underway. Senators and Delegates will represent you so check in on them by taking an active role in the legislative process. Some frequently asked questions “Who is my legislator?” “What bills are being introduced?” Could I attend and speak at a session?” For more information log on to the Virginia General Assembly website here.
Track all bills that are introduced, passed and killed at RichmondSunlight.com.
The General Assembly meets annually, beginning on the second Wednesday in January, for 60 days in even-numbered years and for 30 days in odd-numbered years, with an option to extend annual sessions for a maximum of 30 days. The Senate of Virginia and the Virginia House of Delegates, both bodies of the Virginia Legislature, meet in the historic, working Capitol building in Richmond, Virginia.
The Governor may call a special session when it is deemed necessary or advisable, and must do so when petitioned by two-thirds of the members of both houses.
A reconvened session is held on the sixth Wednesday after adjournment of each regular or special session for the purpose of considering governor’s recommendations and vetoed legislation.
Miss Community will “Keep an Eye on G-A” on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with members in Virginia’s State Senate and House of Delegates at 7:11 a.m. Legislators will discuss briefly bills that they introduce, support or oppose.
February 8: This Day in Black History
1. Joe Black1 of 12
2. Erykah Badu2 of 12
3. Harry S. McAlpin3 of 12
4. Ron Tyson4 of 12
5. The Supremes5 of 12
6. Gary Coleman6 of 12
7. Earth, Wind & Fire7 of 12
8. Leon Spinks8 of 12
9. Billy Ocean9 of 12
10. Andy Rooney10 of 12
11. Eddie Ayers11 of 12
12. Marvin Sease12 of 12
VA Gen Assembly Heating Up: Education, Planned Parenthood Votes was originally published on kissrichmond.com