GlaxoSmithKline will pay Virginia more than $2 million as part of a settlement between the drug maker and 45 states. The pharmaceutical giant was sued because of the way it marketed the asthma drug Advair and two antidepressants. Attorney General Mark Herring (pictured) says the Commonwealth will use the money to support future consumer protection enforcement. The settlement must be approved by a Richmond Circuit Court judge.
The former technology executive announced on Twitter that she is suspending her campaign.
The House of Delegates has approved legislation that would let prison officials execute inmates in the electric chair if lethal injection drugs are not available.
The State Senate has approved a bill that prevents drivers from being charged with reckless driving if they're going only 11 miles above the speed limit.
A bill that makes it easier for people with a protective order to get a concealed weapons permit has won Senate approval.