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Sullivan: A remade SCC and a new path toward Virginia’s Clean Energy transition

March 18, 2021News Clip

After years of modest and calculated energy regulation, the status quo is set to be broken as the General Assembly has confirmed two new commissioners to the State Corporation Commission.

If I stopped 100 people on the street and asked each of them what the SCC is, I would not expect many responses. The SCC is an obscure state regulatory agency, but its impact on the everyday lives of Virginians is immeasurable.

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House Dems Use Session to Build a Better Virginia

March 1, 2021Press Release

RICHMOND, VA—Today, the Virginia General Assembly concluded business for the 2021 Regular and Special Legislative Session. Many House Democratic Caucus priorities passed both chambers, from protecting families during the COVID-19 pandemic to expanding voting rights and increasing education funding.

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More than 20 guns removed from Prince William, Manassas residents so far via 'red flag' law

February 25, 2021News Clip

At least eight Prince William County residents and one Manassas City resident have had their firearms confiscated by local police since Virginia’s “red flag” law took effect last July. In every instance, the law was used to remove firearms from people who were either involved in violent domestic disputes or were experiencing a severe mental health crisis. 

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Virginia General Assembly Passes Legislation Abolishing the Death Penalty

February 22, 2021Press ReleaseVirginia set to become the first Southern state to end the practice

RICHMOND, VA—Delegate Mike Mullin’s measure to abolish the Death Penalty in Virginia (HB 2263) passed the Senate today with a vote of

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House of Delegates Passes Amended Biennial Budget

February 14, 2021Press Release

RICHMOND, VA—Today the Virginia House of Delegates passed the amended 2020-2022 biennial budget (HB 1800) by a vote of 68-30.  

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