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Virginia News Headlines: Saturday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Saturday, March 31. Also, check out President Obama urging Congress to pass the Buffett Rule, “a principle that ensures that millionaires and billionaires do not pay less in taxes as a share of their income than middle class families pay — as a matter of fairness.”

*Kaine now official Democratic Senate nominee

*Allen, Radtke and Marshall certified for GOP primary

*Virginia announces latest version of its bay cleanup plan

*Scientific panel ducks question around uranium openness

*McDonnell looks for state to pay tolls

*Petersen of Fairfax considers bid for governor

*Judge overturns Tech fines

*47 Senators Side With Big Oil And Vote To Kill 37,000 American Wind Jobs (And one of those was…Jim Webb. Ugh.)

*Va. plans changes in prisoner isolation

*Biden will travel to Norfolk on Tuesday

*Anti-incumbent super PAC targets Jim Moran

*VDOT fines second contractor for creating traffic jam

*Va. jobless rate drops to 5.7% — lowest since Jan. 2009

*Forecast: A few showers today, then sunnier through early next week


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