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The Democrat and the GOP-controlled legislature have taken on some controversial issues during a rancorous presidential election year.
The bills would have eased concealed gun possession for victims of domestic violence.
No enforcement or complaint procedure is offered in proposed policy, a limited version of the mayor’s first initiative.
Candidate’s campaign says he is on pace to hit $1 million by July.
The legislation had sailed through the General Assembly with bipartisan support.
Nearly a third of Va. Republicans will vote for someone else or stay home on Election Day.
Debate continues over GOP-backed bill aimed at works such as Toni Morrison’s “Beloved.”
George Mason University plans to more forward with the change.
County officials hear pleas for and against raising taxes by $304 for average homeowner.
Poet laureate sought for a transit-friendly, bar-crawling ‘burb.
Erik Gutshall wins 88 percent over the incumbent, who vocally opposed streetcar project.
Citizens’ committee advises the county to build a scaled-back Long Bridge Park center.
The Democrat and the GOP-controlled legislature wrangled over hot issues in a rancorous presidential election year
The Park Authority reveals that its board members and retired employees still get passes.
Bills would have eased concealed gun possession for victims of domestic violence.
Council says it will consider the relatively large rate hike because of pressing needs for more classrooms, infrastructure improvements.
The political stalemates that paralyze Washington are hobbling state governments, too.
The bill now heads to Gov. McAuliffe, who has not made his position known.
Legislature elects a conservative Appeals Court judge to high court.
Utility company’s agreement with Prince William County does not placate its other critics.