Delegate

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.”

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Legislation Introduced by Delegate Glass

in the 2023 General Assembly Session

HB 2032

Compensating victims of crime; awards from Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund.
Under existing law, victims must fully cooperate with police to receive compensation from the Commonwealth. This legislation creates an exception that allows non-cooperating victims to receive compensation if they were offered, but did not receive witness protection services.

HB2051

Custodial interrogations; false statements to a child prohibited; inauthentic replica documents.
This legislation prohibits any misrepresentation of fact to a minor during a custodial interrogation and prohibits any use of false documents during the custodial interrogation of an adult.

HB2052

School boards; policies for excusing students from attendance at school; religious reasons.
Current law requires school boards to create policies for excusing absences for religious holidays. This legislation expands that requirement to include religious instruction.

HB2053

Protect Virginia Grant Fund and Program created.
This legislation creates a new grant program to fund security improvements at establishments with ABC licenses. The grant will be paid for by savings as a result of vacancies in state law enforcement agencies.

HB2055

Office of the Chief Medical Examiner; surplus payroll funds.

HB2063

Guardian ad litem; appointment, requested information, records, or reports.

HB2066

Custodial interrogation of a child; statement of leniency.

HB2072

Action of forfeiture; disposal of property; exemptions.

HB2090

Standards of Quality; funding to support achievement of at-risk students.

HB2308

Conduct of elections; electoral board to meet to ascertain results; permitted period of adjournment.

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. 

Virginia's 89th House of Delegates District

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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