Virginia Legislative Information
In order to remain a competitive state and an attractive place for economic development, Virginia must invest the resources necessary to educate its citizens at all levels, ensure the rule of law, protect its natural resources, provide for the basic needs of the less fortunate and build a sound infrastructure.
Fairfax County takes a number of positions and advocates for legislation in Richmond with the Virginia General Assembly. The 2015 Regular Session convened Jan. 14.
- 2015 Legislative Program - Adopted Dec. 2, 2014
- 2015 Human Services Issue Paper - Adopted Dec. 2, 2014
- General Assembly Final Report to the Board of Supervisors—March 3, 2015
- Legislative Report No. 1 - Board Legislative Committee Meeting of Jan. 23, 2015
- Legislative Report No. 2 - Board Legislative Committee Meetings of Jan. 30 and Feb. 13, 2015
- Recommended Strategies for 114th Congress - Adopted Dec. 2, 2014
- Federal Funding and Legislative Principles - Adopted December 2, 2014
- General Assembly Final Report to the Board of Supervisors - March 25, 2014
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