Eric Zehr Talks About His Bills in the General Assembly

51st District Delegate, Eric Zehr, joins Mari and Brian on The Morningline to talk about his experience so far in Richmond, a bill he has put forward to let school employees carry firearms on campus, should localities be allowed to raise sales taxes to fund schools through a referendum, his stance on marijuana legalization, do […]

Eric Zehr Talks His Campaign for House of Delegates

Eric Zehr, the Republican Nominee for the 51st District in the House of Delegates, joins Mari and Brian on The Morningline to talk about why he is running for delegate, his problems with early voting, would he support Governor Youngkin’s 15 week abortion ban, will he support Todd Gilbert as Speaker, does he support building […]

Tim Griffin Talks His Campaign for House of Delegates

Republican Candidate for the 53rd District in the Virginia House of Delegates, Tim Griffin, joins Mari and Brian on The Morningline to talk about why he chose to run for the House of Delegates, the question of his residency, the issues of the economy and abortion, parental choice in schools, is the issue with his […]

The Morningline: FULL SHOW

The Big 3: Glenn Youngkin Elected, House of Delegates Results, and Local Election Results. 6AM: The Big 3, Atlanta Braves Win The World Series, Takeaways from the Election. 7AM: Local Election Results and State Senator Steve Newman. 8AM: Norm Leahy and Thoughts on the Election. WLNI · The Morningline 11/03/2021

$300 million budget gap possible for Va. budget

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ A possible $300 million gap is adding a new wrinkle to state budget impasse that threatens a possible state government shutdown. Gov. Terry McAuliffe met with key lawmakers Monday at the Capitol to tell them about lower-than-expected tax revenues that could leave a $300 million budget hole for the current fiscal […]

Naturalization ceremony set at Va. State Capitol

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ Forty-four immigrants from 32 countries are expected to take the oath of United States citizenship at the Virginia State Capitol. The clerks of the Virginia Senate and the House of Delegates have announced that the naturalization ceremony is set for 11 a.m. Friday in the House chamber. They say it is […]

Virginia lawmakers sustain McAuliffe vetoes

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) _ Gov. Terry McAuliffe has successfully vetoed two religious expression bills and legislation that would have granted people who receive red-light tickets the right to contest citations in circuit court. The Virginia Senate voted Wednesday to uphold McAuliffe’s vetoes during a one-day legislative meeting commonly referred to as the “veto session.” McAuliffe […]