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Vote is only the first step in a more complicated process to repeal anti-gay amendment
Lawmakers approve Virginia Values Act, sending it to Gov. Ralph Northam for his signature into law
Bipartisan bill is expected to overwhelmingly pass the House of Delegates and be signed into law
Fourteen Republicans cross party lines to eliminate now-defunct prohibition on same-sex marriage
Three Republicans from rural areas cross party lines to back the Virginia Values Act
House and Senate committees expected to approve bill later this week
"Virginia Values Act" would permanently enshrine legal protections for the LGBTQ community into law
Virginia’s incoming House Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn (D-Fairfax Station) promised that her caucus would successfully pass laws prohibiting discrimination against LGBTQ Virginians after Democrats take control...
Nondiscrimination bills pass easily through committee with bipartisan support
Bill to prohibit anti-LGBTQ discrimination faces delays and hurdles in Republican-controlled House of Delegates
Delegates become first transgender and first lesbian lawmakers to serve in the Virginia General Assembly
Two pro-equality bills that passed the Virginia Senate with unanimous support from Democrats and one-third of the Republican Senate caucus have been assigned to a...
For the second year in a row, a Virginia Senate committee approved two nondiscrimination bills seeking to make LGBT Virginian’s lives a little easier. On...
Respective bills head to opposite legislative chambers, even as Gov. McAuliffe promises vetoes
A Virginia Senate committee has approved two measures that would prohibit anti-LGBT discrimination in public employment and housing, with both bills earning bipartisan support as...