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Researcher Publishes Open Letter to Lynched Culpeper Man
Mar 07,2019

"Working in the trenches, side by side with people," as Zann Nelson said, highlighted the beliefs her father instilled in her youth. Growing up in Culpeper County, Nelson said she learned

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Attorney General Aims to Help Virginians Avoid Scams
Mar 07,2019

Nearly 12 million consumer complaints have been filed in the United States, in just a few years, ranging from reports of identity theft to consumer rights. The first week in March marks the Federal Trade


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Westboro Baptist Church Hurls Slurs Ahead of Richmond Visit
Mar 01,2019

Westboro Baptist Church is planning to visit Virginia Commonwealth University and the Virginia State Capitol on March 11, though it’s unclear how much access the group will have to university grounds.

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Legislators Delay Decision on Funding I-81 Improvements
Mar 01,2019

Interstate 81's heart pumps through rural Virginia with veins that run from Tennessee to the Canadian border — a vital roadway for manufacturers, farmers and commuters.


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Bills to Protect Landowners in Pipeline Cases Fail
Feb 28,2019

Landowners fighting to keep their property from being taken by pipeline building companies will continue footing the legal bills after two bills failed in the House.

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Safe Driving Advocates Lament Defeat of 'Hands-Free' Legislation
Feb 28,2019

Traffic safety advocates are upset by the surprise defeat of legislation that would have prohibited motorists in Virginia from holding their cellphones while driving.

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Senate Passes Bill Allowing Guns in Church, Fails in House
Feb 27,2019

While most people go to church to worship, security expert Chernoh Wurie goes to worship and protect. He leads security at Hill City Church in the Richmond area.

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LGBTQ Advocates Dismayed But Undaunted by Legislative Defeats
Feb 27,2019

The General Assembly's 2019 session was a disappointment for LGBTQ advocates as most legislation on health care, marriage and legal protections on the basis of sexual orientation and




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