The question of which candidates have qualified to be on the June 11th primary ballot is now settled.
Four candidates are running in the statewide Democratic primary for the offices of Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General, but voters may be surprised to learn that a number of Democratic and Republican candidates for the House of Delegates and local offices will also be on the ballot.
Many Virginians are heaving a sigh of relief after getting tax returns done and in the mail, but for some the challenge of paying taxes as just begun.
They’re the ones who get notices from the IRS. At the very least, that’s an annoyance, and for some it’s a nightmare, but free help could be a phone call away.
Every state has at least one federally-funded office to help people having trouble with the Internal Revenue Service. In Virginia there are two: the Community Tax Law Project in Richmond and the Tax Clinic at Washington and Lee’s School of Law.
Defying the testimony of many legal and medical experts, Virginia’s Board of Health has given final approval to new regulations that will force abortion clinics to meet the same architectural requirements as new hospitals.
Supporters cheered but angry protestors walked out of a state hearing room Friday after the board of health voted to impose new regulations on abortion clinics – architectural requirements originally written for new hospitals.
If you think there are too many lawyers in politics it may be time to think again, at least where the Virginia General Assembly is concerned.
That story and one that exposes a loophole in the state’s new texting-while-driving law were at the top of the hit list on the Virginia Public Access Project’s VaNews link this past week. Fred Echols reports .
VaNews is a free public service of the Virginia Public Access Project and can be found at vpap.org.
Congratulations go out to Dennis Folsom of Pulaski and Nick Kotz of Blacksburg, winners of tickets to the April 25 Blacksburg Master Chorale performance.
Winners will be selected from listeners who are the first and second to call us when we make the announcement on the air between 10:00-10:30 AM April 15 during "Morning Classics. Each winner will receive two tickets to the April 25, 7:35 PM of the Master Chorale's 25th Anniversary concert at Virginia Tech's Burruss Hall.