Adam discusses gun violence prevention and action that you can take to help create change, including the #MarchForOurLives in Washington DC, Virginia, and across the country on Saturday, March 24th.
Adam discusses the 2018 Virginia Budget and the possibility of Medicaid Expansion
Get Adam's take on House and Senate Metro funding bills.
Read Adam's position on SB966 and the Dominion Rate Freeze.
Preview Senator Adam Ebbin's bills as they proceed through the General Assembly.
Virginia's Governor will call a special session so lawmakers can finish work on the senate budget. They're at an impasse over Medicaid expansion. But the disagreement isn't between Republicans and Democrats, it's between House and Senate.
It was only two months ago when control of Virginia’s House of Delegates was determined by drawing a name from a bowl. And though Democratic candidate lost there’s no doubt November’s blue wave reshaped state politics.
A bill that will bar Virginia public school employees from providing job recommendations to fellow employees who have sexually assaulted students landed on Gov. Ralph Northam’s desk this week for signing.
State Sen. Adam Ebbin (D), who represents Arlington and Alexandria, said he introduced bill S.B. 605 after Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.) brought the issue to his attention.
The City of Alexandria has received a $4,000 grant toward conservation of the 18th century merchant ship excavated at the site of the new Hotel Indigo, after the ship won second place in the Virginia Association of Museums' Top 10 Endangered Artifacts Competition. The ship earned more than 5,500 votes from the public during a weeklong competition.
RICHMOND — Bills meant to protect gay and transgender people from housing and employment discrimination died in a Republican-dominated House panel Thursday, prompting jeers of “Shame!” from activists who packed a Capitol hearing room.
On a straight party-line vote, members of a General Laws subcommittee voted 5 to 2 to kill four bills, some of which had already cleared the Republican-controlled state Senate, which tends to be more socially moderate than the House.
A Virginia Senate committee overwhelmingly approved two bills that would prohibit discrimination against LGBTQ people in the commonwealth, setting up a floor vote in the coming days.
The Senate Committee on General Laws & Technology voted 12-3 to send both nondiscrimination measures out of committee and to the floor, where the bill can then be voted upon by the full Senate.