Virginia lawmakers reach compromised deal on state budget

Henry Graff  |  October 16, 2020

By Henry Graff, includes “Virginia Republican lawmakers are crying foul over a deal reached this week on the state’s two-year budget. It all has to do with money for a potential bipartisan redistricting commission and what happens on Election Day. … It’s an issue because the proposed amendment on the ballot asks about creating a bipartisan redistricting commission, made up of 16 people. Half from the General Assembly, and half average citizens.”

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