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Where local pols stand on Virginia AG’s call for marijuana legalization

June 23, 2019News Clip


Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring made waves this past Sunday when he wrote a column in the Daily newspaper saying he supported the decriminalization and eventual legalization of marijuana.

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Supreme Court Prevents Racially Gerrymandered Districts in Virginia

June 17, 2019Press Release

ALEXANDRIA, VA– The Supreme Court takes final action to confirm constituional maps for the Virginia House of Delegates. In a 5-4 ruling for the case, Virginia House of Delegates v. Bethune-Hill, the majority opinion stated that Republicans lack standing in their appeal of racially gerrymandered districts. Justice Ginsburg gave the majority opinion, joined by Justice Thomas, Justice Gorsuch, Justice Sotomayor, and Justice Kagan. 


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District Office Phone Line Disconnected

June 7, 2019Blog Post

We apologize for any inconvenice, but the office phone will be disconnected from Friday, June 7th until Monday, June 24th, 2019. If you need to reach Delegate Sickles, please email or call the Richmond office at (804) 698-1043. Thank you.

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Metro: Platform Improvement Project

May 30, 2019Blog Post

The Basics

These six stations will be closed for full platform reconstruction and infrastructure improvements from Saturday, May 25th to Sunday, September 8:

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395 Express Lanes Project

May 30, 2019Blog Post

The Project

On June 1, the ramp connecting the HOV lanes and I-395 South, just south of the Pentagon, will close permanently. When traveling from D.C. to Virginia, expect new traffic patterns near the 14th Street Bridge and the Pentagon. This closure will improve safety, as this is the location where the most accidents happen in the I-395 corridor, and improve connectiveity to the Pentagon, Pentagon City and Crystal City.


Morning Commute

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