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Virginia News Headlines: Wednesday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Wednesday, September 28.

*Longtime legislative power Elmon T. Gray dies

*Gov. McDonnell’s baby steps on transportation

*McDonnell says disaster relief, budget deficit are separate issues

*Impasse over Metro seat holds up transit funds

*Sen. Jim Webb discusses disaster relief, veterans

*Postal workers to Va. congressmen: Tap pension funds to avert closures

*Group to hold benefit event for Prince William flood victims

*McDonnell to seek waiver from federal education law

*Fairfax supervisors take step toward equalizing water rates for Falls Church

*State continues winter ban on dredging crabs

*McDonnell: Romney has an “open invitation” to come to Virginia

*Only Falls Church is The Little City,™ no one else

*Exit to permanently close Friday

*Schapiro: Museum bankruptcy another Wilder heartbreaker

*Virginia’s tough attorney general works to help man convicted of rape


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