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President wants everyone but himself to pay more
Topic - Janet D. Howell
Virginia's two-year, $85 billion spending plan is finally in a conference committee, but funding for the Dulles Metrorail is emerging as a key sticking point that could drag out the already-extended session even further.
The Virginia Senate Finance committee Tuesday morning killed a bill that would repeal state funding for low-income women to have abortions if a doctor determines their child will be born with a physical deformity or mental deficiency.
The Virginia Senate on Tuesday passed a bill that will require women to undergo ultrasound imaging before having an abortion, after a torturous process through the legislature that saw Gov. Bob McDonnell broker a compromise on the high-profile measure.
After Virginia's Senate Education and Health Committee passed a bill requiring women to undergo ultrasound imaging before having an abortion, Sen. Janet D. Howell went back to her hotel room, admittedly angry.
State Sen. Janet D. Howell, Fairfax Democrat, said in the rebuttal to Mr. McDonnell's final State of the Commonwealth address that Democrats look forward to working with Mr. McAuliffe and their Republican counterparts on expanding Medicaid, protecting women's access to health care, reforming Virginia's ethics laws and improving the state's education system.
State Sen. Janet D. Howell, Fairfax Democrat, said she liked many of the proposals for Virginia's neediest residents but wished for more money for primary and secondary education.