Tommie McNeil

Reporter, Richmond Bureau

Tommie McNeil is a State Capitol reporter who has been covering Virginia and Virginia politics for more than a decade. He originally hails from Maryland, and also doubles as the evening anchor for 1140 WRVA in Richmond.

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Government & Politics
2:11 pm
Wed July 31, 2013

Disabled Students Talk to Virginia Lawmakers

Students with Disabilities went to the state capitol today to let lawmakers know that they are often under-represented and misunderstood. It’s all part of the Youth Leadership Forum, sponsored by the State Board for People with Disabilities.  It’s program encouraging young people with disabilities to embrace leadership.

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Virginia's Gifting & Disclosure System
4:22 pm
Tue July 30, 2013

Giving Back the Gifts

Governor McDonnell speaking on Washington radio station WTOP now says that not only is he paying back all loans received from Star Scientific CEO Jonnie Williams, he is also returning all gifts.

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Sequestration and Defense Industry
3:46 pm
Mon July 29, 2013

Military Furloughs in VA

Officials in Virginia are looking at just how sequestration cuts are impacting military operations in the Commonwealth.

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Health Care Reform
12:05 pm
Mon July 29, 2013

Small Business Owners Discuss ACA

House Majority Leader Eric Cantor believes that the recent White House announcement of a one year delay in Affordable Care Act enforcement signals that there are too many components that do not work.

So he's turning to some of his Virginia constituents---small business owners to rally the administration and Congress to repeal it before its full implementation.

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Law & Crime
4:35 pm
Thu July 25, 2013

Crime Commission Considers Child Abuse Laws

Before the Virginia General Assembly adjourned this year, it took up the issue of child sexual abuse and whether Virginia laws effectively deter the crime or prosecute the offender.

Months later, members of the State Crime Commission are faced with the daunting task of reviewing the laws, and making recommendations, without weakening current law.
 

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