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Virginia News Headlines: Monday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Monday, January 30.

*Ensuring teen offenders can’t be rehabilitated (“two measures being championed by Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell (R) would do little to tamp down violent crime and would represent a step backward in the commonwealth’s dealings with juveniles who run into trouble with the law.”)

*Republicans hope to keep Kaine unsettled with murderer Soering issue; Dems say they’re ready

*Kaine explains Soering decision

*Virginia GOP flexing muscle to advance legislation

*The Ultrasound Abortion

*Matthew Geary found dead in apparent suicide

*Slain ODU student remembered on his 21st birthday

*Virginia legislators seek to link health impacts, regulation of power providers

*Health benefits exchange pushed in Danville

*Virginia AFL-CIO Announces Endorsement of Tim Kaine for United States Senator (“Particularly during a time of economic distress, working men and women need a Senator who understands the very real challenges they face in their daily lives.”)

*Sullivan, other presidents oppose proposal to limit how they use tuition

*Fairfax County to pay civil penalty for series of wastewater spills

*Virginia Beach demands action from developer on Dome site

*Williams announces run against Hurt

*Editorial: A little respect for Putney, please

UPDATE: Could Newton Leroy pull a stunning upset of Willard “Mitt the Ripper” Romney in Florida? According to Insider Advantage this morning, it’s a possibility. All I have to say to that is: pleasepleasepleasepleasepleaseplease let it be so! šŸ˜‰

  • glennbear

    That Newt disappeared when it did not serve his own self interest as he threw his hat in the ring for the GOP nomination. Newt is all about Newt PERIOD!!!!