Anne Marie Morgan

Richmond Bureau Chief, Virginia Public Radio

Anne Marie Morgan whose reporting can regularly be heard on our Morning Edition and All Things Considered state and regional newscasts is one of the most experienced State Capitol broadcast journalists in Virginia.

In addition to providing content to Virginia Public Radio member stations, Anne Marie has also worked as an anchor and Capitol Reporter for the Virginia News Network.

She previously worked as State Capitol Reporter for WTVR-TV, WRIC-TV, and Virginia-PBS Television, where she hosted and co-produced a variety of television programs, including Capitol Views and Virginia Legislature: The Week. She also reported Virginia news for two national networks, USA Radio News and International Media Service News.

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Law & Crime
6:51 pm
Tue May 5, 2015

Former Virginia Attorneys General Argue for McDonnell's Corruption Charges Appeal

Former Solicitor General Bill Hurd represents the six former Attorneys General.
Credit Anne Marie Morgan

Next week, a federal court will hear the appeal of former Governor Bob McDonnell’s conviction on federal corruption charges. Among the many amicus briefs submitted to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is one by six former Virginia attorneys general. The four Democrats and two Republicans argue that the lower court’s expansive interpretation of law on which his conviction is based is erroneous.

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Law & Crime
5:18 am
Tue May 5, 2015

Panel Studying ABC Structure Gets to Work

Credit https://www.abc.virginia.gov

A panel appointed by Governor McAuliffe to review the activities of Alcoholic Beverage Control agents spent hours yesterday scrutinizing the department’s structure, how agents are trained, and recent public safety statistics. 

Prompted by a public outcry over the forceful arrest of a 20-year-old UVa student who suffered a gash on his head, the panel is tasked with recommending improvements--and whether or not ABC agents should retain their law enforcement authority.  

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Preventable Accidents
5:03 am
Wed April 29, 2015

Fatalities and Thousands of Injuries from Distracted Driving

It hasn’t made many headlines, but this is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month—and Virginia has announced that more than 24,000 crashes statewide last year were attributed to distracted drivers. 

Those distractions caused both fatalities and thousands of injuries.  State officials stress that such accidents can be prevented.

The first thing state Highway Safety Office Director John Saunders does at work each day is read the traffic fatality report from the previous day. Saunders warns that behind the numbers are real people with families.

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Law & Crime
4:50 pm
Mon April 27, 2015

NAACP and Other Organizations Launch Social Justice Speaking Series

Former Richmond City Councilman Marty Jewell joined community leaders to discuss the forums.
Credit Anne Marie Morgan

Some local branches of the NAACP and other community organizations are speaking out about police treatment of African-Americans—especially the recent high-profile incidents in the U.S. where some have died while in custody or under pursuit.  They’re taking their concerns on the road with a listening tour that will enable citizens to share their own personal experiences -- and they’re hoping the “Spring Social Justice Series” will help spark wholesale changes in the criminal justice system.

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More Notice for Meetings Needed
5:16 pm
Mon April 20, 2015

"Transparency Virginia" Monitors General Assembly

Richmond First's Michael Jackson discusses the findings with other Transparency Virginia members.

A coalition of nonprofit and advocacy organizations says the General Assembly’s legislative process needs to be more open and clear to the public.  

Members of “Transparency Virginia” attended more than three-quarters of the Assembly’s 101 committee and subcommittee meetings during its recent session.  They found a less-than-stellar record of adequate notice for meetings, recorded votes, and full consideration of bills.

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