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After soaring under Obama, gun industry drops under Trump
May 03,2017

Earlier this year, gun rights groups and gun control advocates met at Capitol Square to face off in dueling rallies and seek support for their views. Gun rights advocates held blaze orange

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Virginia ABC stores register record profits
May 03,2017

It's Saturday night, and it’s busy at the Oxbridge Square ABC store on Hull Street Road. Alone and in groups, shoppers are picking up libations for the evening.


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Meet the men running for governor
Apr 18,2017

Virginia will elect a new governor this year. The governor's position is one of great power and influence, as the current officeholder, Terry McAuliffe, has demonstrated by breaking the record for most

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Mumps University: VCU cases follow national trend
Apr 14,2017

Virginia Commonwealth University students receive emails from VCU Health last week reporting two confirmed cases and one suspected case of mumps on campus. Other cases have been reported in the Richmond metro area


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Gov. McAuliffe keeps a perfect veto record
Apr 07,2017

Terry McAuliffe not only set a record for the number of bills vetoed by a Virginia governor. He also has a perfect record for the number of vetoes sustained.

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GOP rejects governor's bid to expand Medicaid
Apr 06,2017

Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe blasted Republican legislators Wednesday after they rejected his budget amendment to expand Medicaid in Virginia.

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Endorsed by Sanders, Perriello campaigns in Richmond
Apr 05,2017

In his bid for the Democratic nomination for governor, Tom Perriello says he would make community college free, raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour and confront the Trump

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Assembly reconvenes Wednesday for 'veto session'
Apr 04,2017

Legislators will return to the state Capitol on Wednesday to consider 39 bills that Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoed during the General Assembly’s 2017 session.




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