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Kaye Takes on the Virginia 2017 Integrity Challenge

July 26, 2017Blog Post

The Coalition for Integrity, a non-partisan, non-profit organization focused on promoting integrity in the public and private sectors, is calling on all General Assembly candidates to endorse the Virginia Integrity Challenge and pledge to do the following:

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2017 Legislative Session Summary Release

July 11, 2017Blog Post

The 2017 Legislative Session Summary from the Virginia Division of Legislative Services has been published online. Follow our link to the full summary here!

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News from March 2017 from Kaye

April 3, 2017Blog Post

U.S. SENATE VOTES TO GRANT EXTREME POLITICIANS THE POWER TO DEFUND WOMENS' HEALTHCARE ON PARTISAN BELIEFS

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2017 Legislative Session Update: Crossover, Canvassing, Etc.

February 13, 2017Blog Post

CROSSOVER

Last Tuesday, February 7th, was the annual crossover deadline for House and Senate bills to be heard for consideration. Bills that have passed the House will "cross over" to the Senate, and bills that have passed the Senate will likewise "cross over" to the House. 

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Will You Have a Say When It Matters? -- May 10th Newsletter

May 18, 2016Blog Post

NEWS FROM KAYE

Dear Friends,

Did you know that in the state of Virginia, the right of a member of the public to speak at a public meeting is not guaranteed?

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Upcoming Veto Session 2016 -- April 19th Newsletter

April 19, 2016Blog Post

NEWS FROM KAYE

As of April 10th, Governor McAuliffe completed his review of bills following the adjournment of the regular 2016 legislative session.  In total, 811 bills were passed by the 2016 General Assembly.  Governor McAuliffe signed 732 into law.  The remaining bills were either vetoed or sent back to the House and Senate for review with Governor's Recommendations.

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory's Richmond Report

April 14, 2016Blog Post

By Kaye Kory

Published by the Falls Church News-Press on April 13, 2016

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Voice Votes Keep the Public Silent -- April 13th Newsletter

April 13, 2016Blog Post

NEWS FROM KAYE

Dear Friends,

Voice Votes Keep the Public Silent

It may seem obvious that democracy needs transparency to function. Voters can't hold their elected representatives accountable if they don't know what their representatives are doing. Unfortunately, the Virginia General Assembly needs a reminder of this basic civic principle.

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Statement by Delegate Kaye Kory Recognizing April 12 as Equal Pay Day

April 12, 2016Press Release

For Immediate Release
April 12, 2016

Contact: Delegate Kaye Kory, delkkory@house.virginia.gov, 703-354-6024
 

Statement by Delegate Kaye Kory Recognizing April 12 as Equal Pay Day
 

Falls Church, Va. – Delegate Kaye Kory released the following statement today in recognition of Equal Pay Day – which marks the day this year when women’s pay finally catches up to what men were paid last year alone, due to the ongoing wage gap between men and women:

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From the Front Row: Kaye Kory's Richmond Report

March 24, 2016Blog Post

By Kaye Kory

Published by the Falls Church News-Press on March 9, 2016

On Wednesday, March 2, the Virginia House Republicans voted to reject the confirmation of Justice Jane Roush to the Virginia Supreme Court, despite the fact that she has served in that position for seven months, and was unanimously qualified by the House Courts of Justice Committee as well. She was nominated on a 22 yea, 0 nay vote by the Virginia Senate, but the Virginia House of Delegates voted against her confirmation on a 55 nay, 38 yea, largely party-line vote.

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