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Va. Republicans call for hearings on Lt. Gov. Fairfax during July 9 gun session
Jun 21,2019

House Republicans have renewed their call for legislative hearings into two sexual assault allegations against Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax (D), a move that could put Democrats on the spot in the Me

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Gun Control Focus Of VA Legislature Special Session: Northam - Source Patch
Jun 05,2019

Pushing back against critics who say it's too soon to contemplate gun control laws after the May 31 mass shooting at the Virginia Beach Municipal Center that killed 12 people


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One in a Million: It’s Hard to be Mike
May 09,2019

It's a calm Wednesday evening in the city's East End, and at the beginning of a dead-end street lies Michael Millions' townhouse. The blinds are closed, the grass sits uncut and a faint

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Black Women Far More Likely Than Whites to Die Giving Birth
May 09,2019

Last fall, Tanca McCargo, a Chesterfield native, found out she was expecting her second child. McCargo, who already had a 3-year-old boy, discovered early on that her second pregnancy


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Richmond Schools Wrestle with Low Graduation Rates
May 07,2019

As graduation season approaches, over 720 high school seniors enrolled in the city’s public schools this year hope to change the declining trend that is Richmond’s on-time graduation rate.

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White Supremacy Movements Spark Rise In Religion-based Hate
May 01,2019

Vandals spray-painted 19 swastikas on the walls of the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia last October. A young woman leaving a mosque with her friends in Sterling

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Could Hemp Join Tobacco as Big Cash Crop in Virginia?
May 01,2019

At first glance, it looks like a stoner’s paradise: acres of plants that resemble marijuana. But this crop is hemp, a relative of cannabis that has commercial uses ranging from textiles and animal

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Virginia Trails Nation in Placing Foster Children With Relatives
Apr 22,2019

Only 7% of Virginia's foster children are placed with relatives, according to a new study — well below the national average of 32%. The Annie E. Casey Foundation tracked changes in foster care in each state from 2007 to 2017. For Virginia




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