Executive Director Kim Bobo speaks at 2020 legislative priorities press conference
Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy to announce 2020 legislative agenda
Mon. Jan. 13, 10 a.m. – House Briefing Room
RICHMOND, VA – The Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy (VICPP) will announce it’s 2020 legislative agenda on Monday, Jan. 13 at 10 am in the House Briefing Room, at 900 E. Main Street in the Pocahontas building in Richmond.
VICPP board and staff members will review the Center’s key legislative priorities for the upcoming General Assembly including: paid sick days for workers, wage theft reform, predatory lending reform, immigrant rights and environmental justice.
Other speakers include (if available):
Senator Jennifer Boysko
Senator Barbara Favola
Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy
Delegate Elizabeth Guzman
Delegate Marcia “Cia” Price
Senator Lionell Spruill
As Virginia’s oldest faith-based advocacy group, VICPP is a non-partisan coalition of 25,000 activists and 750 faith communities working for a more just society. VICPP works with faith leaders, congregations, coalitions and community groups to educate the public, organize grassroots campaigns and advocate economic, racial, social and environmental justice.
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The Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy advocates economic, racial, social and environmental justice
in Virginia’s policies and practices through education, prayer, and action.
VICPP is a non-partisan coalition of more than 750 faith communities working for a more just society.