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Virginia legislature approves plan to buy execution drugs from secret pharmacies

The vote for the governor’s proposal came one day after the attorney general’s approval.

Virginia Republican demands opinion on transgender issues from attorney general

Del. Dave A. LaRock is suing Attorney General Mark Herring over the seven-month delay in providing legal guidance.

CNN's Berman Called Out by GOP Guest for 'Bias' That Is 'Naked'

As former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli of the Ted Cruz campaign appeared as a guest on Tuesday's At This Hour with Berman and Bolduan, CNN anchor John Berman was called out by his Republican guest for showing "bias" thatShow More Summary

Ken Cuccinelli shows how to defend the GOP against Trump

On ABC’s “This Week,” former Virginia attorney general and gubernatorial candidate, and now delegate coordinator for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.), Ken Cuccinelli spoke up in defense of his party’s nominating system in this exchange: STEPHANOPOULOS: If you look at where this is going right now, it seems like even if Mr. Trump doesn’t get to 1,237, […]

Unconventional #2: Cruz’s new delegate guru, how the iPhone will change a contested convention, another Trump setback in SC (and more!)

last weekNews : The Newsroom

A conversation with Cruz’s brand-new delegate guru For the last month, former Virginia attorney general and 2013 gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli has been overseeing Ted Cruz’s crack delegate operation, which has been routing Donald Trump’s team at every turn. Show More Summary

Judge Orders UVa 'Jackie' to Testify

The woman who said she was gang-raped at a University of Virginia fraternity house and was the centerpiece of a now-retracted Rolling Stone article must answer attorneys' questions in a defamation lawsuit, a federal judge has ruled. The student identified as "Jackie" in the article has fiercely resisted attempts to...

Deposition set for woman in retracted Rolling Stone rape story

The woman who said she was gang-raped at a University of Virginia fraternity house and was the centerpiece of a now-retracted Rolling Stone article must answer attorneys' questions in a defamation lawsuit, a federal judge ruled. The student identified as "Jackie" in the article has fiercely resisted...

Rolling Stone’s Jackie Asks to Be Excused from Deposition — Fears Being ‘Re-Traumatized’

Jackie, the center of Rolling Stone’s discredited fraternity gang-rape story at the University of Virginia, wants to be excused from an under-oath deposition. The Washington Post reports that her attorneys say, “Forcing [Jackie] to revisit...Show More Summary

West Virginia's Attorney General Clings To Big Coal

Full disclosure: I am writing this post on a laptop that I am fully aware is powered by coal. My local community in south-central Illinois depends on coal-fired power plants to provide power to homes and businesses. The issue is whoShow More Summary

Morning Digest: Jim Justice's rivals take to the airwaves in West Virginia

Leading Off: ? WV-Gov: Former U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin is on the airwaves with a couple of new ads. The first is narrated by his wife, who highlights the motto she says her husband lives by (which is posted on the wall of his closet): "Go into the world and do well. Show More Summary

Al Gore and State Attorney Generals start another climate witch hunt

From Blue Virginia: (video follows) Unprecedented Coalition Vows To Defend Climate Change Progress Made Under President Obama And To Push The Next President For Even More Aggressive Action NEW YORK – Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman...Show More Summary

Fairfax supervisors lose free pass to county pools, golf courses and carousels

New Virginia ethics rules prompt Fairfax County attorney to advise against using free park passes.

Notorious Homophobe Ken Cuccinelli Withdraws From Consideration For Spot on Virginia Supreme Court

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Ken Cuccinelli, the former Virginia Attorney General who declared that gays are a “threat to society” and tried to keep in tact the state’s unconstitutional sodomy law while in office, has withdrawn his name from consideration for a… Read The post Notorious Homophobe Ken Cuccinelli Withdraws From Consideration For Spot on Virginia Supreme Court appeared first on Towleroad.

Virginia senate panel proposes Ken Cuccinelli to state Supreme Court

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe has faced an extremely nasty, partisan Republican legislature in Virginia, and now they've taken it to a new level. RICHMOND — A Virginia Senate panel on Tuesday nominated former attorney general Ken Cuccinelli II to the Virginia Supreme Court, a move aimed at handing Gov. Show More Summary

Carry Reciprocity Restored: NRA Scores Huge Victory Against Bloomberg's Anti-Gun Zealots in Virginia

In December 2015 Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, under direction from Democrat Governor Terry McAuliffe, unilaterally stripped long...

Virginia Democratic Governor Signs Gun Bill into Law

Terry McAuliffe, whose Attorney General Mark Herring enraged gun rights advocates and state legislators after he revoked reciprocation of out-of-state gun permits, signed a compromise bill into law last week. It will restore the reciprocation of gun permits with other states, but required tighter restrictions on domestic abusers and put into place voluntary gun checks […]

Veteran prosecutor takes oath to lead high-profile U.S. attorney office in Virginia

Dana Boente led the public corruption prosecutions of McDonnell, Jefferson and Nagin.

Former FDIC Attorney Sentenced for Short Sale Fraud

Michelle M. Borzillo, 59, Bristow, Virginia, a former attorney with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was sentenced  to 12 months and one day in prison, followed by two years of supervised release, for defrauding Wells Fargo Bank in connection with the sham short sale of her home to her live-in boyfriend.  She was also ordered […]

CNN's Cuomo Scolds Cuccinelli, GOP Over Refusing Obama Court Nominee

On Thursday's New Day, CNN's Chris Cuomo invoked the Constitution to former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli over Senate Republicans' refusal to consider any potential Supreme Court nominee by President Obama: "The Constitution...[is] about nominating somebody and advise and consent. Show More Summary

5 Headlines: Donald Trump Dominates In Nevada Caucuses

2 months agoNews : The Two-Way

At one caucus, "just four people took the stage, including former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, who drew a chorus of boos when he announced his support for Ted Cruz," a newspaper reports.

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