Thursday, April 20, 2017
Governor Terry McAuliffe
RICHMOND – Governor McAuliffe today announced that, following a thorough legal review of the case, he will commute the death sentence of Ivan Teleguz to life imprisonment without parole. Teleguz’s request for a pardon will be denied. Teleguz was convicted in the murder-for-hire of Stephanie Yvonne Sipe in July 2001. He was scheduled to be executed on April 25.
Announcing his decision at the Virginia State Capitol today, Governor McAuliffe delivered the following statement (as prepared):
Good afternoon, and thank you for joining us. I am joined today by my Secretary of Public Safety, Brian Moran, and my Counsel, Carlos Hopkins, both of whom have devoted countles
HB 1879 Government, local; alternatives to publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, etc.
Local government; publication of notices for charter changes, referenda, and public hearings, etc; alternatives. Gives localities with a population over 100,000 alternatives to publication in newspaper of general circulation in the locality. These alternatives include publication in a newspaper of general circulation in the locality, on the locality’s website, or on any public access channel operated by the locality, to be aired during prime time programming and at least two other times during the day. Any electronic publication shall be aired daily for two consecutive weeks.
01/20/09 House: Assigned CC & T sub:
01/29/09 House: Subcommittee failed to recommend reporting
YEAS– Lohr, Saxman, Knight–3
NAYS– Marshall, D.W., Oder, Merricks, Hull, Spruill, Ware, O., Poisson, Nichols, –8
ABSTENTIONS–0. NOT VOTING–0.
Posted By Valerie Garner
Categories: State Politics
Tags: FOIA, open_government