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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News and Events
(Richmond, VA) – KVCF Solutions and LeClairRyan are excited to announce CryptoVa’s next event to be held in Richmond, VA on July 25, 2018. CryptoVA is a newly formed Virginia trade association. Its mission is to foster a cryptocurrency (think Bitcoin) friendly and responsible business environment in our Commonwealth. We believe Virginia has the opportunity to be a leader in this emerging field, which will benefit all Virginians.read more
(Richmond, VA) – On July 12, 2018 from 8:00-9:00am, KVCF Solutions is delighted to host Senator John Cosgrove of Virginia’s 14th Senate District. The Senator represents part of Isle of Wight and Southampton Counties; and part of the Cities of Chesapeake, Franklin, Portsmouth, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach.read more
(Richmond, VA) – On May 30, 2018, the Virginia House of Delegates and the Senate of Virginia approved the Commonwealth’s budget for the next two years. In doing so, both chambers agreed to join 32 other states in expanding Medicaid and provide 400,000 currently uninsured Virginians health coverage beginning January 1, 2019. Additional features of the $117.3 billion FY19-20 budget include a 3% pay raise for teachers and a 2% pay raise for state employees.read more