Wednesday, February 16: Today in Virginia Politics: Masks, Human Trafficking, Va Board of Ed

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  • Youngkin opens applications for Human Trafficking Prevention and Survivor Support Commission
    WHSV RICHMOND, Va. (WDBJ) – Governor Glenn Youngkin (R) announced Tuesday his administration is looking for applicants to serve on the Human Trafficking Prevention and Survivor Support Commission, according to his team. “My administration is committed to ending the scourge of human trafficking in Virginia, which is why I signed Executive Order Number Seven …MORE

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  • After nominee standoff, Youngkin is poised to appoint a majority on the Virginia Board of Education
    The move could provide the governor with a way to shape education policy without the General Assembly
    A standoff over gubernatorial appointments will allow Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin to appoint a majority of members on the state’s Board of Education far sooner than expected. MORE


    Governor Glenn Youngkin Joins Martha MacCallum to Discuss Lowering Taxes for All Virginians and Heckled at a Store about Masks

  • Youngkin looks to root out critical race theory in Virginia
    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — It was literally the first thing Virginia’s Republican governor, Glenn Youngkin, did when he took office last month: sign an executive order designed to root out critical race theory from the state’s education system.  He ordered the Department of Education to conduct a review and even started a hotline so aggrieved parents could provide tips and examples of its implementation in the classroom. MORE 


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