Spirit of 74

This week, Governor Glenn Youngkin signed SB 731, HB 1427, HB 1388 and SB 201 to protect children from exploitation, increase penalties on child predators and ensure rapid response for missing or endangered children. “As a father of four children, I know that protecting our children is a parent’s highest priority. By signing these pieces of legislation today we continue to make progress to ensure the safety and well-being of our children. I am proud to sign these bills that protect our children and hold those who commit atrocities against children accountable,” said Governor Glenn Youngkin.

The First Lady's Feature

This week, the First Lady spoke alongside former First Lady Lynda Robb at the Dolley Madison Liberty & Legacy Luncheon presented by James Madison's Montpelier. Together they discussed their unique perspectives as a current and former First Lady of Virginia while recognizing the importance of stewarding preservation, the arts and culture throughout the Commonwealth. Amongst the hundreds of women gathered, First Lady Suzanne Youngkin was proud to celebrate and speak about the theme of this year's luncheon, We the People Unite: A conversation on collaborative leadership.

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Sixth District Perspectives with Congressman Ben Cline

In honor of National Police Week, House Republicans continued to support America's law enforcement officers by passing many pieces of legislation to improve officer safety and help those who protect our communities. Last week, the House Judiciary Committee held a markup to consider a resolution to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress. It was a pleasure meeting with constituents and organizations in our Nation's capital. As we head into our fourth consecutive week of session, I will continue fighting for the good people of Virginia's Sixth District up in Washington.