Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Constitutional Amendment Passes VA Senate
A proposed amendment that would end Virginia's unique constitutional prohibition on allowing governors to seek re-election to a second term has passed the state Senate. The legislation allowing the governor elected in 2017 to succeed himself in office passed on a 25-15 bipartisan vote Monday.

Saturday, August 01, 2015

  • Tennessee Corrections Changes Prison Guard Overtime Issue, Was a Factor in Violence at Mountain City Prison
  • Virginia Governor Coming to Southwest This Week; Resuming Push to Expand Medicaid
  • Man Claims Belongings Infested with Bed Bugs at John Sevier Center in Johnson City



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