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General Assembly of VA to meet in the Capitol in Colonial Williamsburg

imageThe General Assembly of Virginia, the Western Hemisphere’s oldest elected deliberative body, will meet in special commemorative session at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 28, 2012 at the Capitol in Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Area.

The joint session of the Virginia Senate and House of Delegates is the 25th in a series of ceremonial assemblies begun in 1934 with the dedication of the reconstructed Capitol on its colonial-era foundation.

A highlight of each commemorative session is an address on current issues facing Virginia, the United States or the world. In observance of the sesquicentennial observance of the American Civil War, members of the General Assembly this year will hear nationally renowned Civil War historian Dr. James I. Robertson Jr., the Alumni Distinguished Professor Emeritus in History at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

The public may view the commemorative session through closed circuit television in the Lane Auditorium at the Bruton Heights School Education Center, 301 First St., Williamsburg.

Learn more about the special session.

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