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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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'My illness is not larger than my world' Despite pain, student excels in class and in life
Mar 31,2017

Pictures of family members and friends and a British flag cover the walls of her dorm room at Virginia Commonwealth University. Anatomy textbooks, note cards and a Himalayan pink

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McAuliffe vetoes 6 more bills; GOP calls him 'disengaged'
Mar 28,2017

Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Monday vetoed six bills, including three Republicans said would help prevent voter fraud but the Democratic governor said would create barriers to voting.

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Environmentalists say budget hurts efforts to protect bay
Mar 27,2017

Environmental groups are outraged at the Trump administration’s proposed funding cuts for Chesapeake Bay cleanup programs.

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