The common good of the Commonwealth of Virginia falls under the purview of the Office of the Governor. The office is responsible for submitting bills to the Virginia legislature as well as pursuing a variety of public initiatives. Recent proposals coming from the office include a statewide transportation plan, gang prevention, and at-risk youth intervention programs. The Governor also presides over an executive cabinet that is comprised of secretaries of agriculture, education, finance, natural resources, and other state departments. Tim Kaine, formerly a Virginia Lieutenant Governor, became the state's 70th Governor in 2006.