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According to the Virginia Department of Health, there are currently 51 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the Commonwealth. While over 400 people have already been tested for the virus.

Despite the growing tension. Gov. Northam released a statement identifying his intentions to serve out the remainder of his term.

Re-Restore, Re-Register! Miss Community Clovia and Governor Terry McAuliffe talk about his efforts to defend the rights of citizens following non violent felon offenses and restoration of rights. Play audio here.. Miss Community gives a brief summary about the restoration of rights grants for nonviolent felons, their removal from the voter polls following a Virginia […]

Re-Restore, Re-Register! Miss Community Clovia and Governor Terry McAuliffe talk about his efforts to defend the rights of citizens following non violent felon offenses and restoration of rights. Play audio here..   Miss Community gives a brief summary about the restoration of rights grants for nonviolent felons, their removal from the voter polls following a […]

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe will give an update on Restoration of Rights at an event in Richmond. The RoR event will be held on Monday August 22, 12:00 p.m. at the Civil Rights Memorial on Capitol Square (on the northeast side of the State Capitol, near the Governor’s Mansion). Please feel free to invite your […]

I believe that if a person has served the time their rights should be fully restored to vote, serve on a jury, become a notary and run for public office. As a stakeholder for the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office on restoration of rights, it saddens me that persons who have been released from incarceration […]

Miss Community Clovia interviews Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe about signing the executive order to restore the rights of an additional 206,000 individuals with felony offenses and the lawsuit filed by Virginia republicans. Governor McAuliffe sets the record straight, ” nobody has had their rights restored mistakenly. You could incorrectly be on the list that doesn’t […]

On July 19, The Virginia Supreme Court will hear Virginia republicans’ arguments in the case of Governor Terry McAuliffe’s executive order to grant the rights of an additional 206,000 felons. Republican lawmakers filed a lawsuit calling the governor’s executive order an overreach of power. The GOP contends that the rights restoration order was a blanket […]

The feds have spoken and the so-called ‘Bathroom Law’ could be gone by 5 today The state of North Carolina is facing a deadline of 5 pm. eastern today over its so-called “bathroom law.” The U.S. Justice Department has given the state until the close of business today to fix what authorities are calling a […]

Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia has granted the rights of over 200,000 felons to date. It’s time to register to vote. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO VOTE.   Governor Terry R. McAuliffe has granted the rights of an additional 206,000 felons bringing the total to 224,000 restoration of rights grants to date. As of April […]

Citizens of Virginia, lawmakers have reached a budget deal which is one of the largest deals in history. What is included in the state budget? Pay raises for state employees, teachers, bump in pay for lawmakers, funds for education but no expansion of medicaid. Lawmakers in the House of Delegates and Senate have reached a […]

Lawmakers in the General Assembly voted and approved Hemp farming for industrial use in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The cash crop was banned for decades in the state. Governor Terry McAuliffe signed the bill this week to let farmers legally manufacture hemp products for science, agriculture and research in global markets. The new law will […]