U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA) issued the following statement on the bipartisan budget agreement passed by Congress and signed by the President.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced today that April state general fund revenue collections fell 3.4 percent.
The Virginia Department of Fire Programs has received federal funding in the amount of $365,260.
President Trump’s budget proposes to eliminate programs like the Economic Development Administration.
Virginia general fund revenue collections for February increased 3.6 percent.
The 2017 General Assembly passes amended two-year state budget, adjourns on time.
House and Senate budget negotiators have completed work on the budget conference reports for House Bill 1500.
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced his actions to balance Virginia’s Fiscal Year 2016-2017 budgets in response to a revenue shortfall.
When I came to Washington in 2011, we were in the midst of a historic level of fiscal irresponsibility that threatened to drive us into a borrowing crisis.
Virginia’s April revenue collections fell 6.7 percent. On a fiscal year-to-date basis, total revenue collections rose 1.3 percent.
One of the responsibilities of the Governor of Virginia dictated by the State Constitution is to propose a budget for a biennium. W
Governor Terry McAuliffe has presented a letter to General Assembly money committee chairmen and the budget conferees.
The 2016 Session of the General Assembly is now in warp speed. We are merely two weeks from adjournment, and it seems everybody is in two or three places at the same time.
I have once again sponsored a bill to create a merit based selection process for judges. The bill has not yet been heard.
Del. Steve Landes, R-Weyers Cave, will co-chair the January 7 hearing on the Governor’s Proposed 2016-2018 Biennial State Budget.
In response to Governor McAuliffe’s unveiling today of his proposed biennial budget, Senate Democrats made the following statements.
Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam applauds the release of Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s biennial budget this morning, which prioritizes education and workforce development.
Virginia Organizing Chairperson Ladelle McWhorter issued the following statement in response to Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s 2016-2018 proposed budget.
Del. R. Steven Landes, R-Weyers Cave, released the following statement today in response to Governor McAuliffe’s two-year budget proposal.
The transcript of Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s prepared remarks as he unveiled his proposed 2016-2018 state budget to the Virginia General Assembly.
The recent federal budget agreement was a missed opportunity. It is good news that conservative ideologues did not force another government shutdown and that some deep cuts to critical services were avoided. But our political leaders missed the chance to create a better budget and a fairer tax system by closing loopholes and using those new revenues to meet our pressing national needs.
Since coming to Washington, I have continually fought to get our fiscal house in order and restore common sense to our budgetary policy. While we remain mired in over $18 trillion in debt, we have managed to reverse course over the last five years and have made some progress toward fiscal responsibility.
The Virginia Tech Board of Visitors approved a $1.4 billion university budget for the next fiscal year (July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016) at its meeting on campus today.
Congressman Robert Hurt (R-Virginia) released the following statement after voting in favor of the House and Senate Conference Agreement on the Fiscal Year 2016 Budget.
The annual federal budget debate typically doesn’t excite many folks outside the Washington beltway. And with good reason – the Republican budget process is intended to lull the public to sleep by staying short on details and long on damaging provisions that will hurt low-income and middle-class families.
Last week, the House passed its annual budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year. A budget is a vision that demonstrates our priorities for the nation and illustrates what choices need to be made to responsibly allocate our limited resources to fulfill those priorities.
An opportunity economy starts with a budget that leads to balance. The House of Representatives sent a strong message just a few days ago that a balanced budget is a top priority.
Governor Terry McAuliffe released the following statement today after signing the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Budget Bill as it passed the General Assembly, without adding any amendments or line-item vetoes.