• In the Media

    Here is just some of the great work Del. Subramanyam is doing for Loudoun and Prince William families.

    Greenway Tolls Bill Stopped in State Senate, Continues in House


    State error will mean $10.4 million less for LCPS


    "Significant flaws" | Virginia's history standards progress, following months of public backlash


    Bill to require more transparency in Virginia's education standards revision dies


    Republican lawmakers vote down bill aiming to improve transparency of Virginia's Standards of Learning


    Greenway-Backed Tolls Bill Returns to General Assembly


    Bill would allow Appalachian Power customers to purchase solar energy from third parties


    Virginia bill introduced to remove hate speech from public spaces


    Attacks on Virginia's climate laws are front and center at the General Assembly


    Virginia will soon get even more money for expanding broadband access

    ‘Erasing Hate': Residents Hold Rally After Racist Graffiti Found in South Riding

    Direct payments: Who are eligible for checks up to $500?

    If Dan Snyder sells Commanders, what does that mean for stadium in Virginia?

    Joyous Diwali celebrations at BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir

    Dulles to join Reagan as the most public transit-accessible Virginia airports

    Virginia celebrating Hindu Heritage Month for first time

    Del. Subramanyam Appointed to the Joint Commission on Technology and Science

    Could Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill come to Virginia?

    Loudoun Moms Demand Action Marks Gun Violence Awareness Day

    Growing Loudoun outpaces its political representation in Richmond



    New bill could help DMV schools protect themselves from cyberattacks



    General Assembly passes broadband affordability legislation



    Dominion Energy customers are getting a refund



    Boysko, Subramanyam Decry ‘Political,’ ‘Quid Pro Quo’ AG Investigation



    Rights of transgender students up for debate in Virginia



    Bill Allowing Grants to Religious Nonprofits Advances in General Assembly



    'Cybersecurity is your next Katrina': Laws to defend schools from hackers go nowhere



    Subramanyam wins 87th House District race over Moulthrop

    A closer look at AAPI voters in Virginia

    2 Area Pols, 1 GOP, 1 Dem, Come Together for McAuliffe

    A 2020 law could decide whether Dominion customers get zero or $372 million in refunds

    What Makes a State Volunteer Cybersecurity Program Work?

    Warner meets with Indian-American community amid worry of virus’ surge in India

    SCC Denies Most Greenway Toll Increases

    Northam meets with students over pervasive harassment of Asian Americans

    Loudoun Officials Praise New Greenway Tolls Law

    John: General Assembly protects state's utilities

    Dulles Greenway reform, ADU workgroup establishment: A roundup of Loudoun lawmakers' actions in the 2021 General Assembly regular, special sessions

    Del. Subramanyam urges Asian Americans to come forward after formation of Asian American and Pacific Islander Caucus

    Greenway Tolls Bill Passes General Assembly

    General Assembly Delegation Votes on Landmark Laws, In and Out of Richmond

    Subramanyam and Barnes: Communities facing power-plant closures deserve fair warning

    Dulles Greenway bill headed for House vote after passing committee

    Greenway Tolls Bill Clears Committee

    Bipartisan coalition looks to reform Virginia’s system of electric utility regulation

    Loudoun delegation unites behind new Greenway bill in upcoming session

    The very busy life of Suhas: Del. Subramanyam reflects on first session, public health efforts and family life

    Kamala Harris, Daughter of Immigrants, Is the Face of America’s Demographic Shift

    As Appalachian Power seeks a rate hike, does a new consumer protection law apply?

    Why Appalachian Power May Not Get Rate Hike

    Loudoun’s State Lawmakers Sign Letter on Employment Commission Concerns

    Public Comment Signups Open on Greenway Toll Hike

    Dulles Greenway seeks to hike rates nearly 30 percent over the next five years; remote public hearing set for June 30

    Blue Ridge Caucus: New group strives to find common ground in General Assembly

    Senate bucks the wishes of Dominion, Saslaw, Norment in surprise power plant retirement vote

    In rare move, Senate OKs bill over Dominion’s objections

    Va. Democrats push environmental change — but still in concert with Dominion

    Greenway bill reintroduced, fails in House of Delegates committee

    Virginia must pass the redistricting amendment now

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