Del. Paul Krizek writes that the new Democratic majority in the General Assembly is more representative of the state's population than previous iterations.
Del. Paul Krizek writes that as we rename the South County Government Center for Gerry Hyland, another former supervisor is worthy of a similar honor.
Del. Paul Krizek (D-44) talks about the steps that Virginia has taken to improve election security since the 2016 election.
el. Paul Krizek writes that increasing the use of electric vehicles is a critical step in reducing air pollution and tackling climate change.
Del. Paul Krizek writes that while its great that Virginia is ranked No. 1 for businesses, "a state that doesn’t value its workers won’t succeed for long"
Del. Paul Krizek warns that the rise of non-medical exemptions has more than doubled in Virginia -- a trend we should be concerned about.
Del. Paul Krizek (D-44) sayshe is officially running for a third term in the House of Delegates, and lays out his accomplishments from his time in office.
How does a bill become law? It's a long journey, writes Del. Paul Krizek, who had seven of his 14 bills become laws this past session.
Del. Paul Krizek says passage of a redistricting constitutional amendment is a critical step to guard against partisan gerrymandering.
Del. Paul Krizek gives an update on General Assembly as their 45-day session comes to an end.