News Clips

  • Delegate Delaney Hosts Transportaiton Town Hall

    December 10, 2018

    With so many road projects happening at once in the local area, Centreville and Chantilly residents got an update recently about the ones affecting them most. Hosting this Transportation Town Hall were Supervisor Kathy Smith (D-Sully), Del. Karrie Delaney (D-67) and the Sully District Council.

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  • Delegate Delaney Discusses College Affordability

    November 28, 2018

    A number of colleges and universities don’t allow for public comment on their annual tuition vote, but should they?

    Delegate Karrie Delaney says yes. “When you are a consumer such as a paying parent or student,” she said, “it is important to have your voice hear when decisions about your or your child’s investment are being made.”

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  • Delegate Karrie Delaney Meets Loudoun Students

    November 22, 2018

    A dozen eager NOVA students greeted each other as they gathered in a cozy conference room at the Loudoun Campus to share their personal experiences and talk about NOVA’s community with Delegate Karrie Delaney, a first-term delegate representing Virginia’s 67th House district. The visit, specifically to meet with students, was Delegate Delaney’s second to the campus. Her Legislative Assistant Denver Supinger and Loudoun Campus Provost Dr. Julie Leidig also attended the event.

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  • Delegate Delaney Sits on Social Action Linking Together Panel

    November 16, 2018

    “The elections are behind us. Now it’s time for the real work of advocacy to start again,” said Social Action Linking Together (SALT) founder John Horejsi as he welcomed the attendees to the SALT Fall advocacy conference at Virginia International University in Fairfax on Saturday, Nov. 10.

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  • Delegate Delaney & Colleagues Hosts Veterans and Defense Affairs Secretary Carlos Hopkins

    November 02, 2018

    Veterans and Defense Affairs Secretary Carlos Hopkins was in Loudoun on Tuesday to meet with state delegates and representatives of veterans organizations to talk about healthcare, employment, and educational needs.

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  • FCPS Plans Changes to Recess Under New Virginia Law

    June 12, 2018

    As a result of a new Virginia law that goes into effect July 1, Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) is providing new guidelines for elementary physical education and recess to accommodate at least 30 minutes of recess per day for elementary school students, beginning with the 2018-19 school year.

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  • Delegate Delaney Fights to Protect Households From Stray Bullets

    May 10, 2018

    Democrats representing Loudoun in the state legislature are urging the county Board of Supervisors to broaden firearms restrictions following a recent incident in which rounds from a backyard firing range struck homes in a nearby subdivision.

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  • Delegate Delaney Continues Support for Medicaid Expansion

    May 10, 2018

    “This election in particular really was a referendum on healthcare,” Del. Karrie Delaney (D-67th), who was one of 19 incoming freshmen, said. “So many of us ran with that as a key component of our campaign that a lot of folks had the opportunity to give a second thought to that and realize this is something my constituents want.

     

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  • Delegate Delaney's Legislation Doubles Recess in Price William County

    May 10, 2018

    Next year, elementary schools students in Prince William County will enjoy double the recess time– 30 minutes instead of 15. The change is the result of a recently passed Virginia law that allows recess time to count as instructional time, and reflects a growing region-wide recognition of the value of recess for kids. 

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  • Delegate Delaney: Condemning Abusive Practices in Loudoun County Public School

    March 06, 2018

    A bipartisan group of Loudoun County state lawmakers have sent a letter to Virginia Department of Education Secretary Atif Qarni asking the department to investigate Loudoun County Public Schools' use of seclusion and restraint against students with special needs.

     

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