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Va. News: Gun laws and driver’s licenses


Over the past two years several thousand Virginians have received non-binary driver’s licenses. And the City of Winchester has seen parts of its gun ordinance suspended by a judge pending a lawsuit. Those have been among the most read stories during the past week at the Virginia Public Access Project’s Va. News link. More now […]


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Virginia offers millions of dollars each year in film incentives, but is that investment worth it?


The state spends more than $10 million a year to attract television shows and motion pictures to Virginia. Is it worth it? Michael Pope reports.


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Pope & Schapiro: Student walkouts and Youngkin’s continued campaigning


The Youngkin administration’s guidelines for transgender students led to classroom walkouts across Virginia this week. Jeff Schapiro of the Richmond Times-Dispatch and Michael Pope discuss that and the week that was in state politics.


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School policies could have major health implications for transgender kids, experts say


Virginia came under a national spotlight this week as kids marched out of schools across the state – protesting a proposed change in how transgender youth are treated in public schools. Mallory Noe-Payne has this look at the possible health implications of the policy shift. 


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The role of Virginia colleges and universities in the national semiconductor push


The federal government is about to start making huge amounts of money available to help encourage domestic semiconductor manufacturing. Michael Pope reports that Virginia higher ed programs will be part of that effort.


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VCU researcher: Property tax delinquency a strong predictor of neighborhood violence


A recent study found that negligent landlords are a significant predictor of violence in Richmond neighborhoods. Caitlin Pierce has more on the research and how it might be used in other areas struggling to reverse trends of increasing violence.


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Full Disclosure Briefing: Slides in the stock and bond markets take their toll


As the stock market continues to slide and high inflation seems to hang on, a lot of investors are wondering where to turn. Roben Farzad, host of the Full Disclosure podcast, and Craig Wright have more on the concerns and the outlook for the future.


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Under changes made in 2017, many Virginia schools are fully accredited


Most schools across Virginia are fully accredited. Michael Pope has the story.


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Forest researcher predicts a colorful fall in Virginia


This year will be a vibrant season to see fall foliage here in Virginia, according to forest researchers. Roxy Todd spoke with one expert who says trees are very healthy because of steady rainfall we had this summer.


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At Chickahominy pow-wow, William & Mary president pitches new tuition assistance


At the Chickahominy Tribe’s 70th Annual Fall Festival and Pow-Wow, the President of William & Mary announced a new tuition initiative to help students most of whom have families earning less than $60,000 a year. But for Indigenous communities that once inhabited university lands here, is it enough? Pamela D’Angelo has more.


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