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November 11, 2020 | The Latest

The Roanoke Times, Op-Ed: Virginia’s attorney general’s office needs a civil rights division

As we close out a year of awakening of racial disparities that persist in our society, we must turn awareness into action. In February 2019, I spoke on the floor of the House of Delegates about the Black experience in Virginia. I identified what I call the “Two Virginias”—a Black...

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August 27, 2020 | The Latest

Virginia Mercury:House committee votes to expand workers’ comp, mandate paid quarantine leave

Virginia workers scored a preliminary victory on Wednesday when a House committee approved two bills on workers’ compensation and paid quarantine leave — both major concerns amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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July 14, 2020 | In the News · The Latest

The Virginian-Pilot: Norfolk Del. Jay Jones says he’s running for Virginia attorney general in 2021

Norfolk Del. Jerrauld “Jay” Jones, a 31-year-old attorney whose family has a legacy of public service and civil rights in Virginia, announced Monday he is running for state attorney general in 2021. Jones, a Democrat who was first elected to the 89th House District in Norfolk in 2017, said in...

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July 14, 2020 | In the News · The Latest

The Washington Post: Del. Jay Jones announces bid for Virginia Attorney General

RICHMOND, Va. — A Virginia Democrat is announcing his bid to be the state’s next attorney general. Jay Jones, a state House delegate from Norfolk, made the announcement Monday in a campaign video saying it’s time for a “new generation of leadership.” If elected next year, the 31-year-old Jones would be...

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