In the Home Stretch!
Last week, the House and Senate finished up all of their work on the bills before each Chamber. The House is now well under-way in going through the bills that have passed the Senate, and the Senate is working its way through our House bills. As of today, I have 2 bills that have passed both the House and Senate and are making their way to the Governor's Desk to be signed into law! Last week both the House and Senate were able to pass their respective budgets as well. I'm proud to report that we are investing in a raise for our teachers, more school counselors, and we are working on a bipartisan tax compromise that provides broad tax relief.
CNU in Richmond
The annual Captains in the Capital trip was a huge success! Loved chatting with students from my alma mater in the old Chamber
College students are some of my favorite visitors during the General Assembly session!
I helped found this group when I was a college student at CNU; so glad to know it is still active across the state!
Michael P. Mullin
These William & Mary students are confidential advocates for survivors of sexual assault - I am so thankful for their work!
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James City County
Our local governments are vital to the success of our communities back home - thanks so much for all that you do in JCC!
This amazing group of staff and volunteers operates domestic violence shelters in Hampton Roads - thank you!
Follow my legislation through the process!
Bills headed to Governor's Desk:
HB 1673 on preliminary protective orders
HB 1771 on juvenile crime prevention; a direct recommendation from the Select Committee on School Safety
Bills being heard in the Senate:
HB 1674 on abuse and neglect of elders
HB 1773 on pawnbroker definitions
HB 1774 on pawnbroking identification
HB 6438 on DJJ training standards
HB 1772 on opinions of the FOIA Council
HB 1671 on child abuse claims in other states; Heaven's Law
HB 2118 on the Department of Forensic Science
HJR 646 designating September 11th as First Responders' Day
Bills I am Chief Co-Patron on:
HB 1811 on handsfree driving (Delegate Collins)
HB 2560 on multi-disciplinary teams for elder abuse (Delegate Pillion)