Jackie Hope Glass
Representing Virginia’s 89th District
Located in the City of Norfolk
Jackie Glass is a mom, a Navy veteran, and a certified doer. She’s working to build a Virginia that works for the “from heres”, “come here’s”, and “passing through heres.”
Legislation Introduced by Delegate Glass
in the 2022 General Assembly Session
HB 1282 Sharing of forfeited assets; promoting law enforcement, community investment and revitalization.
Specifies that the forfeited property and assets paid to the state treasury into a special fund of the Department of Criminal Justice Services that shall be made available to federal, state, and local agencies to promote law enforcement may include expenditures to...
Bill Summary The genesis of this bill is the unfortunate situation in Virginia Beach where detectives were shown to have utilized inauthentic Department of Forensic Science Certificates of Analysis to interrogate suspects. This legislation prohibits law-enforcement...
Requires any legal entity formed by a local redevelopment and housing authority to expend funds or utilize tax credits only in support of projects within its area of operation. The bill also provides that the books and records of any such legal entity shall be made...
Provides that no minor shall be subject to arrest, delinquency charges, or prosecution for (i) a status offense, (ii) an act that would be a misdemeanor if committed by an adult, or (iii) an act that would be a felony if committed by an adult other than a violent...
Requires the notice of hearing for a guardianship or conservatorship petition to include a notice that any adult individual or entity whose name and post office address appears in the initial petition for appointment may become a party to the action by filing a...
Equity is possible in the 89th.
Before the pandemic, our city was grappling with inequitable development, deprivation of resources in non-wealthy communities, lack of engagement and transparency with residents across the city.
What’s changed? Us. Now, more than ever, we realize that no matter where you call home, we are all neighbors. Our City is stronger than ever because of us.
We must move forward with a sense of urgency to disrupt governance that provides space for racism, sexism, classism, ageism, and ableism. Equity is possible in our city. We have to choose it.
89th District Voting Precincts – Second Presbyterian, Larchmont School, Ghent Square, Lambert’s Point, Larchmont Library, Maury, Chrysler Museum, Park Place, Taylor Elementary School, Stuart, Willard, Ballentine, Broad Creek, Lafayette-Winona, Lindenwood, Union Chapel, Berkley, Campostella, Chesterfield, Ruffner Academy, Young Park.
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