The Bulletin

Jury mostly sides with police in Windsor traffic stop case and more Va. headlines

By: - January 18, 2023 7:45 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• A jury awarded less than $4,000 in damages to Army Lt. Caron Nazario in his lawsuit over a controversial 2020 traffic stop he was subjected to in the town of Windsor. The amount is far less than what Nazario was seeking, and the jury seemed to mostly side with the police.—Associated Press

• Democratic Dels. Lamont Bagby and Dawn Adams are planning to run for a Richmond-area state Senate seat that could come open if Sen. Jennifer McClellan, D-Richmond, gets a promotion to the U.S. House of Representatives.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• “Recent shootings raise stakes for pro-gun lobbyists in Richmond.”—Washington Post

• A Senate subcommittee rejected a bill that would have required colleges and universities to report how much they pay administrators focused on diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• Legislation pending in the General Assembly would provide free meals to all K-12 students in Virginia’s public schools.—Virginian-Pilot


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