FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 20th, 2017
Contact: Hannah Cannon
NEWPORT NEWS, VA - Today marks the start of pre-filing season for new 2018 legislation. Just under two weeks after winning re-election in the 93rd House District, Delegate Mike Mullin has submitted two bills to the Clerk for introduction during the upcoming Legislative Session, HB 4 and HB 15.
“On November 7th, I was humbled to be re-elected, and today I am honored to submit bills to make our state a better home for all Virginians” said Delegate Mullin. “Giving government back to the people and ending the school-to-prison-pipeline are two of my priorities for 2018.”
Regarding HB 4 to allow public access to case management systems, “With this bill, we would be making sure that all data is accessible statewide, providing transparency to protect Virginians’ rights and holding members of law enforcement accountable,” said Delegate Mike Mullin. “I am also proud to bring back my bill to address the school to prison pipeline, keeping students in the classroom rather than sending them to the courtroom.”