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Virginia News Headlines: Saturday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Saturday, January 28. Also, check out the video of President Obama’s weekly address, on “his commitment to a renewal of American values…end the gridlock and start tackling the issues that matter — without regard for personal ambition.”

*Voter ID bills decried by Democrats advance

*Corey Stewart says Va. Senate panel should have passed illegal immigrant law

*Poll Shows Presidential, Senate Races Deadlocked In Va.

*Kaine: ‘All of the above’ on energy

*McDonnell appoints former senator Quayle to parole board

*Aneesh Chopra resigns from White House, likely to run for Va. lieutenant governor

*Va. braces for defense cuts, base closures

*Justin Stern: An interview with Eric Cantor

*Montana governor will headline Va. Democrats’ annual fundraiser

*O’Malley and McDonnell’s entertaining rivalry

*Public debates abortion clinic regulations

*McDonnell defends Romney’s health care position (The VP audition continues…)

*McDonnell, Cantor to address mock convention (Does that mean we can “mock” them? Heh.)

*Virginia Tech helmet data show youth take hard hits on football field

*Norfolk delegate files measure to kill tunnel project and its tolls

*Elite frogmen muster in Virginia Beach to mark 50th birthday of SEALs

*The time is right for a Fairfax charter school

*In Virginia, Roller Coasters Trump Reading

*Manassas Republicans tune in to council, mayor’s races

*Tolls: The price for negligence


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