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Virginia General Assembly to Consider Legalizing Sports Betting

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Northam Touts Bills on Voting Rights and Campaign Financing

Local legislators sponsoring election-oriented bills.

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Education Issues Take Center Stage

Constituents tell lawmakers to increase teacher pay; ERA, $15 minimum wage and more.

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Prison Reform Advocates Want Data on Solitary Confinement

Cited as a mental health issue.

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Democratic Insurgent Versus Republican Moderate

January special election to fill seat vacated by Jennifer Wexton features two familiar faces.

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From Amazon to Shutdown

Kaine and Warner comment on the topics of the day at Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce roundtable.

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Richmond Priorities: Education and Transit

Fairfax County Supervisors host session with Fairfax General Assembly delegation.

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Letting Their Votes Do the Talking in McLean

Voters not saying much for the record at high school polling station on mid-term Election Day.

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‘Results vs. the Resistance’ or ‘Common-sense vs. Out-of-touch’ in 10th District?

Comstock and Wexton present stark choice for voters during first debate.

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Virginia Voters Choose Firebrand

Corey Stewart to lead Republican ticket this fall.

Conservative firebrand Corey Stewart was denied an opportunity to be the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in 2013. And then he came within striking distance of being the party’s standard-bearer in the gubernatorial campaign last year. Now, finally, the chairman of the Prince William County Board of Supervisors has secured a spot at the top of the ticket, bringing his brand of anti-immigrant, pro-Confederate Trumpism to the race against incumbent U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine.

Commentary: Green for Medicaid

The most important vote I have ever taken.

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Blue Firefight in Virginia's 10th Congressional District

Six Democrats vying for Democratic nomination to face Barbara Comstock.

Democrats are so eager to take on two-term incumbent U.S. Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-10), some of them have actually moved to the district specifically to run against her.

Commentary: Decision Slows Transportation Progress