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March 26, 2012  •  

Virginia Legislature Convenes Again

Virginia State CapitolLawmakers began the 2012 Special Session I last week to consider budget bills including a two-year, $85 billion proposal.

The special session was convened immediately upon adjournment sine die of the 2012 regular session, but was in recess until Wednesday, March 21st.

The House and Senate adjourned in the afternoon on March 21st and will again convene this afternoon on Monday, March 26th to continue the special session.

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Photo of the Virginia State Capitol by Amadeust on Wikipedia.

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