Thursday, January 17, 2013

New Bill Would Limit Acceptable IDs for Voting
For the first time last year, Virginians had to produce any of several forms of identifying documents to cast a regular ballot. Now, Republican lawmakers are trying to further limit the menu of acceptable IDs. The first bill on the legislative treadmill would delete current utility bills, bank statements, government checks or paychecks as ID permissible to vote. Only permanent, secure ID such as driver's licenses, student ID cards, employee badges or concealed handgun permits would become acceptable.

Monday, May 25, 2015

  • Tax Break Helps Save 55 Jobs in Bristol, TN as Triad Packaging Plans Expansion
  • A New Tennessee Logo a No-Go? Online Petition Has Over 17,000 Signatures
  • "Big Stone Gap" Gets Nationwide Release Date
  • Gardenhour Gets 4-Year Deal to Become Elizabethton Director of Schools, Sets Goals
  • Local Restaurant Operator Recognized with National Award
  • Memorial Day Observance Scheduled This Morning in Johnson City
  • Boil Water Notice Lifted for Nickelsville by VDH
  • Argument Over Money Leads to a Machete Attack
  • Habitual Motor Offender Caught After Leaving the Scene of an Accident
  • Burglary Suspect Parks Car in Victim's Driveway
  • Sullivan County Board to Hire Interim Director of Schools June 1



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