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Virginia Supreme Court Rules State Can Remove Lee Statue


After a year and a half of legal battles the Supreme Court of Virginia cleared Virginia Governor Ralph Northam to remove a statute of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from downtown Richmond Thursday. Brad Kutner has more.


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Northam Pardons 7 Men Executed in 1951


Tuesday morning, Governor Ralph Northam pardoned seven Black men who were executed in 1951 for the rape of a white woman in Martinsville. After the announcement, Jahd Khalil spoke with some of the people advocating for the posthumous clemency. 


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Advocates Expect Evictions To Pick Up In September


Now that the federal eviction moratorium is over, many advocates are worried about what will happen in the next few weeks. Michael Pope reports.


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Republican Glenn Youngkin Rolls Out Tax Proposals


Republican candidate for governor Glenn Youngkin is providing some more detail about what he might do if elected. Michael Pope reports.


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Va. News: Prison Staffing Problems And Regulating Pets


Possible new regulations have pet owners in Waynesboro upset.  And the head of the Virginia Department of Corrections says he needs more money for staffing. 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 Echols.


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VCU Poll: Majority Of Virginians Willing To Pay More


Are Virginia taxpayers willing to pay more? Michael Pope reports on a new poll from Virginia Commonwealth University that asks that question.


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Pope & Schapiro: Polls And COVID-19 Politics


Several polls this week gave a clearer view of the landscape in the race for governor. Jeff Schapiro of the Richmond Times Dispatch and Michael Pope discuss the implications of that and more.


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Final Order In Transgender Student’s Lawsuit: $1.3 Million In Legal Fees


A long running legal fight over transgender students’ rights to use the restroom aligned with their gender identity has come to a costly end for one rural Virginia county. Brad Kutner has more.


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New CNU Poll: Nine Point Lead for McAuliffe


A new poll in the race for governor is showing a significant lead for one candidate. Michael Pope has details. You can see the entire poll here.


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With Citizen Maps of Increasing Importance, Critics Say Redistricting Outreach is Lacking


The Virginia Redistricting Commission has 45 days to draw new state legislative maps, starting Thursday. An unintended hot-mic moment demonstrates how important it is for communities to speak up. But Jahd Khalil reports the commission has been criticized for its efforts to reach out to them.


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