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Wexton Tallies $3.1M Returned, 2,000 Cases Closed for Constituents

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LOUDOUN NOW: Wexton Tallies $3.1M Returned, 2,000 Cases Closed for Constituents U.S. Rep. Jennifer T. Wexton (D-VA-10) announced Monday that her office has helped 10th Congressional District residents recover more than $3.1 million owed them, helping them push their cases through federal bureaucracy. Since taking office in January of last year, according to her office, she has helped close more th... Read more »

Wexton introduces act to aid domestic violence response during pandemic

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THE WINCHESTER STAR: Wexton introduces act to aid domestic violence response during pandemic By Josh Janney With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping many people at home, some domestic violence victims have no choice but to continue to live with their abuser. As a result, many law enforcement agencies are reporting an increase in domestic violence calls. To address the problem, Rep. Jennifer Wexton, D-10... Read more »

In Wexton town hall, official says Virginia isn't 'there yet' on returning to normal

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THE WINCHESTER STAR: In Wexton town hall, official says Virginia isn't 'there yet' on returning to normal By Josh Janney Rep. Jennifer Wexton, D-10th, held a fourth virtual town hall Saturday afternoon to give her constituents updates on efforts being made at the state and federal levels on the COVID-19 pandemic. Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resources Dr. Daniel Carey, Virginia Employmen... Read more »

Wexton: Long-term care facilities in 'dire' need of funds

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THE WINCHESTER STAR: Wexton: Long-term care facilities in 'dire' need of funds By Josh Janney A bipartisan letter led by two Virginia representatives urges Congress to provide funding for long-term care facilities in the next iteration of COVID-19 relief legislation. Rep. Jennifer Wexton, D-10th, and Rep. Abigail Spanberger, D-7th, say in the letter that long-term care facilities face a shortage o... Read more »

How the coronavirus stimulus bill covered federal workforce concerns

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FEDERAL NEWS NETWORK: How the coronavirus stimulus bill covered federal workforce concerns By Tom Temin The stimulus bill was a heavy lift for Congress, now various agencies are working to implement it. For what it looked like at the ground level and some of the federal concerns, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke Virginia Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D). Temin asked her about a key provision on susp... Read more »

Va. congressional reps push federal aid to nursing facilities

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RICHMOND TIMES DISPATCH: Va. congressional reps push federal aid to nursing facilities By Michael Martz The number of deaths from COVID-19 has risen to 35 at Canterbury Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, more than doubling the toll of coronavirus fatalities in less than a week at the skilled nursing facility in western Henrico County. Dr. James Wright, medical director at the center, said Wednesd... Read more »

Virginia Dems in Congress ask Trump for flexibility on relief money for state and local governments

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RICHMOND TIMES DISPATCH: Virginia Dems in Congress ask Trump for flexibility on relief money for state and local governments By Michael Martz Virginia Democrats in Congress have asked President Donald Trump’s administration for guidance to state and local governments that gives them more flexibility in spending an estimated $3.3 billion in emergency relief from the stimulus package signed into law... Read more »

Hand sanitizer, dog walks and missing ‘Tiger King’: Working from home with Jennifer Wexton

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ROLL CALL: Hand sanitizer, dog walks and missing ‘Tiger King’: Working from home with Jennifer Wexton By Kathryn Lyons, Bill Clark, and Thomas McKinless WATCH: Heard on the Hill with Rep. Jennifer Wexton With lawmakers stuck working from home, Heard on the Hill recently caught up with Virginia Democratic Rep. Jennifer Wexton. CQ Roll Call photo editor Bill Clark visited her house in Leesburg to do... Read more »

Rep. Wexton, panelists discuss good digital citizenship tools amid coronavirus pandemic

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LOUDOUN TIMES MIRROR: Rep. Wexton, panelists discuss good digital citizenship tools amid coronavirus pandemic By Nathaniel Cline Adults and parents are being encouraged to interpret online information appropriately as the coronavirus continues to spread. The advice comes as more people are leaning on social media platforms during the pandemic. New platforms can be filled with news, data, opinions ... Read more »