On March 23, 2022, the federal District Court for the Western District of Virginia issued a legal opinion and order as relates to masking requirements in 10 Virginia school districts.
On Wednesday night, March 23, 2022, Senior Judge Norman K. Moon of the U.S. District Court of the Western District granted a preliminary injunction for the plaintiffs in Seaman, et al. v. Commonwealth of Virginia, et al.
The disAbility Law Center of Virginia and the State Board of Local and Regional Jails investigated Riverside Regional Jail after the death of an inmate with disabilities
Parents of Students with Disabilities File Suit to Stop Youngkin’s No Mask Mandate
How the disAbility Law Center of Virginia monitors and investigates Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities throughout the Commonwealth
This page provides information about the recent changes to absentee and curbside voting in Virginia.
While reporting compliance increased in FY 20, we still believe some facilities are under-reporting incidents.
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Virginia will permanently make its elections accessible and safe for voters with disabilities such as blindness