Virginia's legislative scorecard for 2018

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RICHMOND, Va. (CNS) — Virginia's 2018 General Assembly session came to an end on March 10 with no state budget passed, but a large number of bills set to either become law, as in one to allow doctors to recommend CBD or THC-A oil for patients, or to be vetoed by Gov. Northam, as in one to ban sanctuary cities in the commonwealth.

WHSV's partner in Richmond, Capital News Service, has calculated how many bills each legislator passed and aggregated the data by party and gender.

In the House, for example, Republican delegates passed 44 percent of the bills they filed, while Democratic delegates passed 18 percent of their bills. And women House members passed 20 percent of their bills, while men passed 35 percent.

You can find all the info in a graphic below: