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Virginia News Headlines: Monday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Monday, April 30.

*GOP rivals lay groundwork in 2013 race for governor

*Obama, Clinton headline fundraiser in McLean

*A former critic, Bill Clinton stumps for Obama

*In the presidential campaign, the hunt is on for votes in Virginia

*Chesapeake cleanup groups at odds

*McDonnell noncommittal on voter ID bill

*Colgan felt pressure for key vote on Virginia budget

*Silver Line’s future in doubt

*Salahi says campaign in ‘beginning phase’

*Statewide burn ban ends Monday, but officials advise caution

*Virginia, Maryland punt on billions needed for roads

*Forecast: Mild Monday then flipping the switch to summerlike warmth


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