The Bulletin

Youngkin vetoes five more bills and more Virginia headlines

By: - May 15, 2023 7:30 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• After Senate Democrats refused to confirm former Virginia health commissioner Colin Greene, Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s administration gave him a new job as special adviser on opioids.—Washington Post

• Youngkin vetoed five bills he couldn’t convince the General Assembly to amend.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• The governor signed a high-profile bill requiring age verification technology for porn sites despite complaints from the porn industry it could force some sites to cut off access in Virginia altogether.—WTOP

• “Virginia could be key to abortion access in the South. Its laws could hinge on this Democratic primary.”—The 19th

• A biotech firm working on pig-to-human organ transplants is building a $100 million facility in Christiansburg.—Roanoke Times


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