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Law ensures Virginians can resell tickets
Mar 15,2017

In a defeat for Ticketmaster, a new state law will allow Virginians to resell tickets they’ve bought for concerts, football and basketball games, and other public events.

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Economist: Trump's Proposed Budget Would Leave DC Area "Pretty Screwed" - Source Washingtonian
Mar 14,2017

The federal budget the White House plans to propose this week is expected to make deep cuts to domestic government programs in order to pay for a vast military and homeland-security


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22 Virginia Men, Many With Gang Ties, Indicted for Gun Trafficking - Source Alexandria news
Mar 14,2017

Weapons Purchased in Virginia To Be Sold on the Streets of Brooklyn Acting Brooklyn (NY) District Attorney Eric Gonzalez, together with New York City Police Commissioner James P. O’Neill

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Gov. McAuliffe expected to sign marijuana reforms
Mar 14,2017

Virginia probably will ease up a bit in its laws against marijuana by making it easier for epilepsy patients to obtain cannabis extract oils and by relaxing the penalty for people caught with small amounts of marijuana.


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Pilot and American action hero honored at Reagan airport
Mar 10,2017

He was America's action hero. In World War II, his plane was shot down. He landed in a prison camp. Then he broke out, stole a German plane and flew to freedom.

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Dan Drummond Rejoins Fairfax City Council - Source Connection news papers
Mar 07,2017

Although it’s lately seemed as if, every few months, there’s a new face on the Fairfax City Council dais, the new one appearing there Tuesday night belonged to someone

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Trump Issues Revised Executive Order Banning Travel From Six Countries - Source Alexandria news
Mar 07,2017

U.S. President Donald Trump today issued a revised Executive Order banning foreign nationals from six countries from entering the United States except in certain conditions

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'Ambassador of the Arts' views poetry as activism
Mar 06,2017

In 1985, James Ragan and three other poets from Western countries were invited to perform before 10,000 Russians at the first International Poetry Festival in Moscow.




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