Vega is blaming the media for Trump's 2020 loss
Plus a look at the remaining bills legislators are working on ahead of the special session
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A look at the remaining legislation lawmakers are still working on ahead of the upcoming session.
In a recent email, VA-07 GOP candidate Yesli Vega blamed the media for Trump losing in 2020 and also attacked the media’s coverage of Lia Thomas
Hala Ayala announced a powerful Democratic endorsement behind her state Senate campaign.
Amanda Chase was endorsed by a Virginia member of Congress for her state Senate campaign.
Del. John McGuire received an endorsement from a sitting delegate.
Virginia’s legislators are returning to Richmond on April 4 to finish their work on the budget and a slate of bills that remain in conference committees. Legislators have to work out their differences on nearly 50 bills that passed in both chambers with different language. Both chambers must pass identical bills for it to be sent to the governor.
Here is the list of bills that remain in conference committee ahead of the special session: