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Virginia News Headlines: Tuesday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Tuesday, November 29.

*U.S. high court puts off decision on taking Va. health-care case (“As a practical matter, the case is probably on ice while the granted cases play out.” Ha ha ha, too bad for Coochy Kooky Cuckoo!)

*Richmond Tea Party audited over taxes

*Democrats dominate Virginia map lawsuit

*Pr. William supervisors may decide whether to take mobile home park to court

*Virginia Tech settles suit with family of student who committed suicide

*Federal money will help repair Virginia roads, bridges damaged in storms

*George Allen Touts Support From New Lawmakers (Shocker! Felix is supported by a bunch of far-right wingnuts.)

*McDonnell to oversee his first GOP governors meeting in Florida

*Supervisor retracts donation

*Bolling tries to boost beleaguered Va.-based Mercury Paper (“Greenpeace wrote in a report that the company destroys rainforests, causes species extinction and threatens efforts to deal with climate change”)

*Democrats begin airing TV ads in Virginia targeting Mitt Romney

*Editorial: A Southwest legislator’s bleak vision for the region (“State senator-elect Bill Carrico doesn’t understand pre-K programs.”)

*State releases some details of Midtown Tunnel expansion deal

*Virginia is for lovers, but Norfolk is a hot spot for divorcing couples

*Wise County power plant making progress (This was, is, and will continue to be a huge mistake.)

*Ten Commandments suit in Va. survives challenge

*Dulles rail project may tap private investors

*Chesapeake School Board backs $47.7M building plan

*Major Changes Proposed for Artisphere


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