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(Williamsburg, VA). Delegate Monty Mason today applauded the Governor’s new health care initiatives, which will expand health care for 200,000 Virginians. The plan, known as “A Healthy Virginia,” has a number of key components, including accelerating veterans’ access to care and providing coverage for 20,000 people with serious mental illness.
“Governor McAuliffe should be applauded for not giving up on such an important fight,” said Mason. “There is no better investment in Virginia than providing much-needed health care to our citizens.”


Gov. Terry McAullife announced Monday the launch of A Healthy Virginia, a plan he says will expand healthcare services to more than 200,000 citizens.

The plan addresses several areas, including mental health, health insurance, children’s coverage, dental benefits for pregnant women, treatment for drug addicts and veteran care. The 10 steps in the plan are staggered, with some set to start this month, like helping to enroll eligible children in Medicaid. Other parts of the plan come later, with all 10 steps underway by July.


A disconnect between the community’s needs for transportation services and the level of public transit currently provided sparked a meeting in Grove, where local legislators and transportation officials sought input on how to close the gap.

Del. Monty Mason (D-93rd District) and James City County Supervisor John McGlennon organized a meeting Tuesday at Colonial Manor Senior Community to start the discussion. Williamsburg Area Transit Authority and Hampton Roads Transit officials turned out, and presented service information before looking to the public for ideas.


Today I was notified by the Virginia Public Access Project (VPAP) that I made their “E-File Honor Roll List.” VPAP tracks the financial reporting of candidates for elected office in Virginia. To make this list, candidates must file on time and score 95% or better on a battery of qualitative measures designed to ensure public disclosures are complete and meaningful. 

August Newsletter

Check out what has been going on around the 93rd District and the Commonwealth!

Today, over 800 new laws signed by the Governor take effect, covering issues such as mental health, SOL reform, ethics reform, public safety, business issues, housing, human trafficking, and alcoholic beverage control. 

The Virginia Division of Legislative Services' In Due Course: 2014 Changes to Virginia's Laws provides a summary of laws taking effect today.