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Virginia News Headlines: Sunday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Sunday, February 26.

*Jeff E. Schapiro: McDonnell faces new test on Virginia budget

*Kaine: ‘I’ll do what I think is right’

*McDonnell’s national spotlight turns harsh amid abortion debate

*Tech families want 1-gun-a-month law to stay

*Pro-life advocates upset after VA Senate tables personhood legislation

*Bob McDonnell: Mitt Romney has a ‘CEO’ problem

*Virginia governor walks fine line with conservative General Assembly

*State Senate Democrats Playing With Fire (Love it; when Democrats fight back against Republicans’ seizing total control of the States Senate – despite that chamber being tied, 20-20 – it’s “playing with fire.” That’s right, Democrats, just sit there and take it like good victims. Not!)

*Governors Convene In D.C. For NGA Winter Meeting

*Battle rages in South Norfolk against economy, crime

*Fairfax weighs meal tax to pay for roads


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