Governor Youngkin Ends Covid-19 Fines and Penalties in Virginia, Wants “Reimbursement Process” For Those Who Paid Unjust Fines
December 7, 2022 | Virginia
Governor Glenn Youngkin (R) on Tuesday signed an executive order ending Covid-19 fines and penalties in Virginia.
“While we can’t undo the damage done during the Northam administration, we are taking action going forward to end COVID-era draconian overreach,” Youngkin said.
Governor Youngkin also wants a “reimbursement process” for those who paid unjust fines.
WUSA 9 reported:
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin issued an Executive Order Tuesday ending the collection and enforcement of fines and fees placed on individuals and businesses that violated COVID-19 shutdown violations, directing enforcement agencies, boards and commissions to report all fines, fees and suspensions.
While halting all further collections, Youngkin also plans to work with the secretary of finance to work with agencies to develop a reimbursement process for individuals and businesses who paid “unjust COVID-19 fines and fees.”… (Excerpt from The Gateway Pundit)