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Texas Law “Inspires” Abortion Opponents in Virginia


Anti-abortion rights protestors gathered on Capitol Square Friday for an annual rally. A new restrictive abortion law in Texas energized many of the people there, but Jahd Khalil reports that organizers and politicians are keeping their distance. 


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The Virginia Lottery Has Thrived During the Pandemic


The pandemic has upended the economy and the supply chain. As Michael Pope reports, it has also created a lucky break for the Virginia Lottery.


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Are Virginia’s Kids Getting Enough Sleep?


Chris Winter is a neurologist and author of The Rested Child. As an expert on sleep, he’s heard from plenty of parents who’ve gotten the wrong diagnosis for kids who stay up or sleep late. Sandy Hausman recently spoke with him about his new book.


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Pope & Schapiro: Debate Highlights And Lowlights


It’s the morning after the first debate in the 2021 campaign for governor. As the campaigns spin winners and losers, Jeff Schapiro of the Richmond Times-Dispatch and Michael Pope have some analysis.


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McAuliffe, Youngkin Clash Over Abortion, COVID In 1st Debate


The major-party candidates for governor squared off in the first of two debates Thursday night. Michael Pope has a wrap up.


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More Secure Digital Vaccine Status Now Live


If you’re concerned about carrying around your vaccine card, the Department of Health made an announcement Thursday that’s probably of interest. Jahd Khalil reports a digital option is now live.


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Redistricting Commission Gives Map Instructions, but Deadlocks on Key Questions on Race


Long-awaited new political maps are going to be up for review on Monday. Wednesday, the redistricting commission gave map-drawers instructions. Jahd Khalil reports that they agreed on some things but vehemently disagreed on others.


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McAuliffe, Youngkin Set to Meet in First Gubernatorial Debate Thursday


Thursday, candidates for governor will square off in the first of two debates. Michael Pope has this preview.


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Virginia Tech Breaks Ground On Innovation Campus


Virginia Tech is expanding its footprint in northern Virginia, a project that may end up transforming the region by creating a pipeline for careers in technology. Michael Pope reports.


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Va. News: Pipeline Critics And Police Response


A federal judge will decide whether online critics of a pipeline project can remain anonymous.   And police in Fredericksburg will explore a new way of dealing with mental health emergencies. Those have been among the most read stories over the past week at the Virginia Public Access Project’s Va. News link. More now from Fred […]


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