Legislative Update: What’s the Status of Tech Legislation in Richmond

February 11th, 2015 | Posted by Allison Gilmore in About NVTC | Advocacy | Membership

NVTC provides Northern Virginia’s technology business community with a strong, proactive political advocacy presence in Richmond to help ensure that state policies and investments represent the priorities of NVTC member companies and foster a pro-business environment that is supportive of the technology industry and technology-based economic growth. NVTC’s public policy team has been in Richmond throughout this legislative session, focusing on key legislation of value to our members.

Feb. 10 marked crossover at the General Assembly, the deadline for each chamber to act on its own bills. Crossover not only marks the mid-point of the legislative session, but also gives a clear look at legislation that was approved by at least one chamber as well as legislation that will not move forward this session. Check out NVTC’s Crossover Report for summaries and status updates on legislation of interest to Northern Virginia’s technology community.

We welcome feedback on these and other legislative issues relevant to our members. Contact NVTC’s public policy team at any time with questions, ideas or suggestions:

  • NVTC Vice President of Policy Josh Levi (jlevi@nvtc.org 703-904-7878 x214)
  • NVTC Public Policy Manager Troy Murphy (tmurphy@nvtc.org 703-904-7878 x 218)

For more information about NVTC’s advocacy efforts, visit www.nvtc.org/advocacy and follow us on Twitter @NVTCTechPolitic.

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