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Maryland native nominated to head Marine Corps
Mar 28,2019

For the first time in history, a Maryland native is poised to step into the highest-ranking position in the United States Marine Corps. After a likely Senate confirmation of President Donald Trump’s

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Governor Signs Bill Requiring Clergy to Report Child Abuse
Mar 28,2019

In response in part to the child sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Church, Virginia will have a new law on July 1 requiring priests, ministers, rabbis and other clergy members


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Gov. Northam Vetoes Bill Creating 'School Protection Officers'
Mar 28,2019

Gov. Ralph Northam has vetoed a bill to create a new public-employee category called "school protection officers." Supporters of the legislation said the officers would help

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'Car tax' window decal no longer required in Alexandria
Mar 22,2019

The Alexandria City Council voted to eliminate the requirement that vehicles display a sticker on their windshields proving payment of personal property tax. According to a news release put out by the council


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How Trump is on track for a 2020 landslide - Source Politico
Mar 21,2019

President Donald Trump has a low approval rating. He’s engaged in bitter Twitter wars and facing metastasizing investigations. But if the election were held today, he’d likely

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Governor Signs Law Slashing Sales Tax on Personal Hygiene Products
Mar 21,2019

The sales tax on tampons, diapers and other personal hygiene products will be reduced by more than half beginning Jan. 1, 2020. Gov. Ralph Northam announced Wednesday that he has signed

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Forget Points. What If March Madness Focused on Graduation Rates?
Mar 21,2019

March Madness has historically been a season of underdogs and upsets. But what would the brackets look like if teams in the tournament were pitted against each other using the graduation rates for their

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Trump's Business Dealings Violate Constitution, Attorneys General Say
Mar 20,2019

Flanked by U.S. flags, two attorneys general argued Tuesday that President Donald Trump is violating the constitutional ban against government officials accepting gifts or favors.




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