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Supporters say Planned Parenthood is for everyone
Feb 16,2017

Pink signs, chants, “pussy hats” and a Wednesday afternoon rally served as a reminder to Planned Parenthood supporters that their fight is not over.

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Assembly passes bill to prevent identity theft
Feb 16,2017

A bill that seeks to protect Virginians from losing their income tax refunds to identity thieves won final approval Wednesday in the General Assembly.


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Small businesses may get break on tax penalties
Feb 16,2017

New small businesses that fall behind on their state taxes would get a break under a bill passed by the House of Delegates on Wednesday.

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Attorney general praises injunction blocking travel ban
Feb 16,2017

Attorney General Mark Herring praised a federal judge for issuing a preliminary injunction against the Trump administration’s temporary ban prohibiting people from seven mostly Muslim countries


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Senate passes bill to defund Planned Parenthood
Feb 15,2017

The Senate on Tuesday narrowly passed a bill to curtail funding for Planned Parenthood and other health centers that perform abortions.

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Nonviolent felons could become gun owners
Feb 15,2017

Legislation moving through the General Assembly could restore some gun rights to nonviolent felons in Virginia.

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Schools still can’t start before Labor Day
Feb 15,2017

Students in Virginia's largest public school districts can continue enjoying summer vacation through the Labor Day weekend after a Senate panel killed a bill that would have allowed school districts

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House panel rejects redistricting reform bills
Feb 15,2017

Republicans on a House subcommittee killed three redistricting reform bills Tuesday that advocates had hoped would curtail gerrymandering in Virginia. At a 7 a.m. meeting, the Elections Subcommittee




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