Legislation, regulation, and policy all affect your day-to-day operations and long-term success. Keeping pace with Virginia’s General Assembly and determining its impact on your business can be challenging. KVCF Solutions provides strategic advice and analysis to keep you informed and lobbying services to advance your business interests in Virginia.
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ExperiencedOur consultants know the Virginia political and regulatory landscape inside and out and can tailor strategies and actions to advance your business interests.
ConnectedWe leverage long-standing professional relationships with policy and decision makers across Virginia to help you develop and protect your business in the state.
KnowledgeableWe are within walking distance of the state Capitol and stay informed about what is happening across the state so your business is never taken by surprise.
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(Richmond, VA) – On March 7, 2018, the Virginia Smoke Free Association, representing vapor industry retailers and manufacturers from across the Commonwealth, held its annual legislative day alongside legislative counsel KVCF Solutions. The Association met with a large, bipartisan group of lawmakers to discuss issues of importance to the industry. Those topics included the differentiation of vapor products from traditional tobacco products, youth access prevention, smoking cessation, and small business development.read more
(Richmond, VA) – On March 6, 2018 Northern Virginia’s Heavy Construction Contractors Association, in coordination with legislative counsel KVCF Solutions, held its annual legislative day. Representing over 39,000 employees in Northern Virginia, the Association met with a large, bipartisan group of lawmakers to discuss issues central to its mission and a vibrant statewide transportation network. Those topics included workforce development, sustainable funding, and overall transportation planning.read more
(Richmond, VA) – Governor Ralph Northam today signed a proclamation calling the members of the Virginia General Assembly into special session on April 11th to complete their work on the Commonwealth’s budget after they adjourned last week without passing a biennial spending plan for Virginia.read more