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Thousands Rally at Capitol to Back More Spending on Education
An estimated 4,000 Virginia teachers and their supporters gathered at the State Capitol to call for more spending on education.
Virginia Lawmakers Support Equal Rights Amendment
Delegate Tyler & Senator Lucas support the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) with the ERA supporters on Capitol Hill in Richmond, VA
Minister Marsha Hays Render Invocation at the General Assembly
Pictured Darren Hays, Sr. Delegate Tyler, Minister Marsha Hays, Darren Hays, Jr.
Do you need Healthcare?
Medicaid Expansion for Healthcare Coverage DEADLINE on December 15.
GCHS students mull construction career possibilities
With shortages of craft professionals across the country, now is the time to promote construction careers in every state. GCHS Career and Technical Education Department Trade and Industry classes and instructors recently recognized Careers and Construction Month with a series of activities.
Mary Beth Washington, Legislative Aide for Delegate Roslyn Tyler of the 75th House of Delegates District Thanked Veterans for their Service at Brunswick County Veterans Day Ceremony
Brunswick County Government and the Brunswick County Committee of the Virginia World War I and World War II Commission held a Veterans Day Ceremony on November 9. Approximately 200 people attended the program at which all Veterans were honored. All living Brunswick County Korean War Veterans were given Korean War Service medals. (Photo Credit: Bobby Conner)
Key Budget Policy Choices
Comparing the governor's and money committee budgets to the FY 2018 budget
Correctional Officers at the General Assembly
Picture of Delegate Roslyn Tyler, Delegate John Bell of the 87th District, and Correctional Officers from Greensville County, Sussex County, and Lunenburg County Correctional Centers
Ceremony Honors Veterans for their Services
Delegate Roslyn Tyler pictured with veterans at the ceremony
The Rev. Jesse Jackson visits Richmond church to encourage political action in Virginia
Pictured is Rev. Jackson joined by church leaders and several state lawmakers from the Virginia Legislative Black Caucus, including Black Caucus President, Delegate Roslyn Tyler.
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