2024-05-21 12:37 PM

Delegate Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

On Wednesday I will take my oath of office in the Capitol Building, and the 2022 General Assembly Session will formally begin. This session is fraught with uncertainty: uncertainty about the politics at play and uncertainty about the health of the members of the General Assembly and the health of all Virginians.

Delegate Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

The whipped-up outcry on public education seemed to definitely turn the tide in November’s election. Between the ‘outrage’ about a parent’s involvement in a child’s education and the near-hysteria about critical race theory, public education became the hottest campaign issue in the gubernatorial campaigns.

From the Front Row: Delegate Kaye Kory’s Richmond Report

Women’s reproductive rights has been a controversial subject for my entire life, not to mention a volatile issue for elected officials striving to make wise, balanced public policy decisions. I grew up hearing the phrase “Our Bodies, Ourselves”. (It is ironic that folks who refuse to become vaccinated have taken up this chant in defense of the decision to remain unvaccinated.)