Press Releases

COMMITTEE VETS BILLS HONORING VIRGIN ISLANDERS, BILL MANDATING MINIMUM DEFAULT CHILD SUPPORT AMOUNT 

ST. THOMAS - The 35th Legislature of the Virgin Islands’ Committee on Government Operations, Veterans Affairs, and Consumer Protection, led by Sen. Carla J. Joseph, convened at the Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall. Lawmakers met to consider bills to rename a St....

COMMITTEE RECEIVES UPDATES ON STATUS OF SCHOOL FACILITIES AND STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT 

ST. THOMAS - The Committee on Education and Workforce Development, chaired by Senator Marise C. James convened in a meeting at the Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall. Lawmakers received updates on the condition of school facilities throughout the territory, particularly...

COMMITTEE VETS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH BILL, TERRITORIAL KIDNEY DISEASE AND DIABETES REGISTRY BILL.

ST. THOMAS – The 35th Legislature of the Virgin Islands’ Committee on Health, Hospitals and Human Services, led by Senator Ray Fonseca met in the Earle B. Ottley Legislative Hall. Lawmakers considered measures to increase access to behavioral health services and to...

BILLS TO ESTABLISH MARITIME SCHOLARSHIP AND TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF WEEKS FOR UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITS FORWARDED

ST. THOMAS – Members of the Committee on Budget, Appropriations, and Finance, chaired by Senator Donna A. Frett-Gregory, convened in a meeting at the Capitol Building. Lawmakers voted and approved two bills regarding scholarships for students pursuing a career in the...