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VPAP Virginia News Headlines: Monday Morning

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Thanks to VPAP and to Paul Brockwell, Jr. for today’s Virginia news headlines!

2. MCDONNELL APPOINTS FALWELL TO STATE MANUFACTURING GROUP

3. HUNDREDS OF VIRGINIA LAWS TAKE EFFECT FRIDAY

8. NOVA NEEDS MOBILITY MOST, MAKES PROJECTS DIFFICULT

9. WEBB SAYS MIDDLE EAST FOCUS DISTRACTS FROM PROBLEMS IN ASIA

15. WHAT’S HAPPENING WITH THE FOUR URANIUM MINING STUDIES?

17. VIRGINIA CONSERVATORS HAVE POLICE POWERS, RAISE QUESTIONS IN THE WASHINGTON AREA

20. VA. SEAGRASS RESTORATION HARKENS SCALLOPS’ RETURN

30. EDITORIAL: ACTIVISM – CUCCINELLI RIDES AGAIN

32. EDITORIAL: TOO MANY VACANCIES IN STATE POLICE

42. FEDS NAME SOUTHWEST VA. AS PART OF ‘FOOD DESERT’

44. SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK MARKS 75 YEARS

46. METRO NEEDS MORE OFFICERS TO DEAL WITH CRIMES ON TRAINS, OFFICIALS SAY

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