Virginia has no laws to protect lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Virginians from facing workplace discrimination or to ensure that Virginia’s businesses are open to LGBT clients and customers. But, through a new campaign, fair-minded business owners in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina can now be recognized for their non-discrimination policies.
Mr. Fraim, Mr. Winn, Mr. Riddick, Ms. Williams, & Ms. Johnson:
I am writing you to share my disappointment with the decision that was made Tuesday night to accept a ward based system of election for our School Board.
RICHMOND – During their time away from the Chesapeake Bay, the beaches and the military facilities of their home region, Hampton Roads legislators meet for conversation and coffee every Thursday morning at the General Assembly Building.
The Little Theatre of Norfolk’s website disclaims that "Seminar" contains strong language and adult situations. This is an understatement; in fact the language is downright gratuitous and one scene contains some pretty flagrant junk-floppage.
What if there is no tomorrow? There wasn't one today.
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