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Today, Senator Aaron Rouse, Senate President Pro Tempore Louise Lucas and Delegate Terry Kilgore call on Governor Youngkin and members of the General Assembly to honor their collective promise to support small businesses in advance

More than a dozen additional endorsers from across the Commonwealth join the list of leaders supporting Senator Rouse’s candidacy for Lieutenant Governor VIRGINIA BEACH – Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor, State Senator Aaron Rouse, announces

More than 20 endorsers from across the Commonwealth join the list of leaders supporting Senator Rouse’s candidacy for Lieutenant Governor VIRGINIA BEACH – Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor, State Senator Aaron Rouse, announces additional endorsements

Aaron Rouse announces candidacy for Lieutenant Governor Virginia State Senator, former Virginia Beach Councilman, and retired NFL player, Aaron Rouse today announced his candidacy for Lieutenant Governor. Senator Rouse made the following statement: With extreme

The Hanover Democratic Committee appreciated the opportunity to hear from State Sen. Aaron Rouse of Virginia Beach at its monthly meeting on Mar. 10. Rouse related a little of his own personal story of hard

Today, the Virginia General Assembly adjourned sine die, marking Senator Aaron Rouse’s second session representing Virginia Beach. Twelve of the bills that Senator Rouse patroned now head to Governor Youngkin for consideration. Governor Youngkin has already

Today, the Virginia House and Senate passed Senator Aaron Rouse’s legislation, Senate Bill 448, which legalizes retail marijuana sales in Virginia beginning on May 1, 2025. In response to the passage of the legislation in

In just his second session in Richmond, he now chairs a major committee and has tackled two key pieces of legislation — legalizing “skill” games and retail cannabis. It’s not too far-fetched to say that

Bills intended to launch Virginia’s recreational marijuana retail market took steps forward in the General Assembly this week. The Senate on Tuesday passed a bill that would allow legal sales of recreational pot to start