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January 11, 2021, by Jeff Caruso, Virginia Catholic Conference
The 2021 session of the Virginia General Assembly begins Jan. 13. This session will be unique in form and substance. Due to COVID-19 precautions, all public input during committee hearings will be virtual. Also, committees will be addressing far fewer bills than they typically do. Legislators have been given unusually tight limits on the number of bills they can file. Senators and Delegates are in the process of making difficult decisions about which measures they will propose in 2021 and which ones they may save for a future year. Given these deliberations, very few bills had been filed as of Jan. 4 — the date this article was written. The Virginia Catholic Conference is monitoring this evolving situation closely. We…


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