This week, the Virginia General Assembly adjourns “Sine Die.” Over the past six weeks, the House of Delegates and Senate looked at over 2,500 pieces of legislation. We’ll be returning to Richmond in April to take action on any changes the Governor makes to legislation, but as session ends and we return to our districts, I would like to invite you to join me for one of my three Post-Session “Legislative Wrap-Ups” to hear about the issues tackled in the legislature this year. Mark your calendar for one of three dates:
Last week, the House of Delegates voted along party lines on budget amendments that would adversely affect funding for the Virginia Preschool Initiative, a public preschool program that has served Virginia’s most at-risk four-year-old children since its creation in 1995. Over the past few years, it has been widely studied and confirmed that gains made early in a student’s life can affect graduation rates and future success.
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To Contact Delegate Krupicka:
Muriel LaMois, Legislative Aide | DelRKrupicka@House.Virginia.Gov
571-357-4762 | P.O. Box 25455 | Alexandria, VA 22313