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Virginia News Headlines: Sunday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Sunday, January 29.

*GOP takeover in Senate having profound effects

*Schapiro: Budget might create holes for future governors

*Editorial: Partisanship rules in redistricting

*Just name your price, folks

*Editorial: Solve our problems (“The GA needs to focus on the state’s critical issues: roads, jobs and education”)

*Lawmakers on both sides call for fix for Virginia’s tax-break system

*With Va. Beach light rail, even measuring opinions is divisive

*McClellan: Start state health exchange now

*Marshall changes face of Senate race

*Mark Center traffic, coming and going

*Town struggles to survive prison closing

*Manassas GOP endorse incumbent mayor

P.S. Oh, and in Teapublican freak show news, Mr. “9-9-9” endorsed Newton Leroy “Newt” Gingrich for president. Unfortunately for Newton, it may be too little, too late, as he trails Willard “Mitt the Ripper” Romney by 8 points (or maybe it’s 9? 9? 9? Heh.).


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