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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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Proposal Would Require Vaccination Or Testing For Air, Rail Travel


As employers grapple with new vaccination requirements, one Virginia congressman has a proposal that would create a new mandate for many travelers. Michael Pope has the story.


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Pope & Schapiro: State of the Race for Governor


Labor Day is traditionally the start of the final sprint in the campaign season. Jeff Schapiro of the Richmond Times-Dispatch and Michael Pope discuss the status of the campaign for governor and more.


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Haven’t Voted For A While? Check Your Registration To Avoid The Purge


Registrars across Virginia are purging voter rolls of inactive voters. And, as Michael Pope reports, advocates are concerned that might disenfranchise some voters.


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Virginia Ranks Towards the Bottom in Education Spending Per Student


Virginia is one of the wealthiest states in America. But as Michael Pope reports, it also ranks toward the bottom of the pack for education spending.


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Statue Of Confederate Robert E. Lee Comes Down In Virginia


History was made in Richmond Wednesday, as a massive statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee finally came down. Jahd Khalil was there and has this report. 


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Other Virginia Localities May Soon Follow Roanoke’s Lead on Plastic Bag Tax


Local governments across Virginia are considering implementing a new plastic bag tax. Michael Pope reports.


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Texas Abortion Law Creates New Flash Point In Virginia Governor’s Race


The Supreme Court’s recent decision to allow a Texas abortion law to stand has turned up the heat in the race for governor in Virginia. Michael Pope explains why.


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Va. News: Vaccination Requirements And A Pardon For The Martinsville Seven


Seven Black men executed for rape 70 years ago have been pardoned. And a Virginia high school is among the first in the nation to require COVID-19 vaccinations for athletes. 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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A Busy Holiday Weekend Ends A Busy Summer At Virginia State Parks


You might be planning a hike or camping trip for this Labor Day weekend.  Reporter Jahd Khalil enjoys the outdoors, and he’s not the only one. 


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