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RICHMOND— Governor Glenn Youngkin today signed nine Executive Orders and two Executive Directives at the Virginia State Capitol, acting on several of his Day One promises to Virginians. The actions include an executive order ending the use of inherently divisive concepts – including Critical Race Theory – in public education, an executive order affirming the rights of parents to make decisions on masks in schools, and an executive order terminating the Virginia Parole Board and requesting the Attorney General begin a full investigation of the Board’s actions.
 
“It’s Day One, and we are going to work just like we promised,” said Governor Youngkin. “The important steps we are taking today begins the work of restoring excellence in education, making our communities safer, opening Virginia for business and reinvigorating job growth, and making government work for the people, and not the other way around. My Day One Game Plan also includes 59 pieces of legislation and a package of more than a dozen budget amendments I am working on with General Assembly leaders, including our efforts to double the standard deduction, eliminate the grocery tax, and end the tax on the first $40,000 in veteran retirement pay. It’s a new day in Virginia, but the work is only beginning.”
 
Executive Orders
 
 
  • Executive Order Number Two delivers on his Day One promise to empower Virginia parents in their children’s education and upbringing by allowing parents to make decisions on whether their child wears a mask in school.
    Read the full text of Executive Order Number Two.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Executive Directives
 
 

 

 

read more here: https://www.governor.virginia.gov/news-releases/2022/january/name-918519-en.html

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  • Sounds like they got a good one this time!  

  • Certainly looks like this Governor means business.  I wonder when we are going to hear about the de"mock"rats filing law suits because it is bound to happen.  But he certainly seems to have taken a step in the right direction.  Let's hope the people of VA realize it.

  • A step in the right direction!

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