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Whipple Clips Dozen: Thursday Morning

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Thanks to Tom Whipple for the Thursday “Clips.”

1. U.-VA. AGREES TO COMPLETE RESPONSE TO GLOBAL WARMING PUBLIC RECORDS REQUEST BY AUGUST

4. JUDGE ORDERS U.VA. TO RELEASE CLIMATE RESEARCH DOCUMENTS

5. KAINE WON’T SAY HOW HE WOULD’VE VOTED ON OBAMA BUDGET

7. GOV. MCDONNELL SAYS U.S. DEBT SHRANK IN COMPARISON TO GDP FOR DECADES AFTER WORLD WAR II ERA

10. STATE WEIGHS IN ON MONTGOMERY COUNTY VOTE FLAP

11. STARTEK WAS LURED TO VIRGINIA WITH STATE GRANTS

13. D.C. REGION’S ASIAN POPULATION IS UP 60 PERCENT SINCE 2000, CENSUS DATA SHOW

14. VIRGINIA TO OFFER STATE PARK PERK FOR VETERANS, SERVICE MEMBERS

23. CHESAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION OPPOSES FARM BUREAU

25. METRO RIDERS COULD GET MORE CHANCES TO SPEAK OUT

30. FREQUENT RAIN KEEPS TOBACCO GROWERS FROM FIELDS IN DAN RIVER REGION

P.S. And last but not least, NLS reports that Sen. Chuck Colgan “has decided to retire,” making the Democrats’ challenge of holding the State Senate a notch harder than it was prior to Colgan’s announcement.

  • Dan Sullivan

    The unworkable implication of the NLS story that Democrats have to dredge up potential candidates for the Virginia legislature over a thousand miles from the state says more about the health of the DPVA than anything. Further, that such a candidate’s legacy status somehow is a qualification continues that perception of a DPVA cloistered clique.