Va. Governor Terry McAuliffe delivered his final State of the Commonwealth Wednesday, urging lawmakers to make the most of 2017 on the first day of the General Assembly’s 45-day session.
McAuliffe touched on a number of points echoed throughout his past addresses such as transportation, veteran issues, federal spending, jobs, guns, mental health, and student loans.
No mention of wine and craft beer, part of the alcohol industry that has exploded under McAuliffe’s leadership.
The full transcript of the address can be found here.