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Virginia News Headlines: Sunday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Sunday, April 29. Also, check out the video of President Obama from last night’s White House Correspondent’s Dinner, in which among other things he reveals his “secret agenda” for the second term — winning the “war on Christmas,” instituting a new policy called “it’s raining men,” etc.  Oh, and I’m sure lot’s more “slow jammin’ the news.’ Hahaha.

*Allen emerges unscathed in GOP primary debate for Senate seat

*Tim Kaine hold roundtable in Roanoke

*Four GOP contenders varied little on policy in debate

*Perriello Rallies Local Obama Supporters

*The clash of the Virginia titans

*Democrat Kaine blasts GOP on Social Security, Medicare

*Hundreds gather for women’s rights rally

*With Williams out, Douglass is presumed 5th District Democratic nominee

*Reality TV, here we come …

*Schapiro: McDonnell tries to change the subject (“McDonnell is supposed to deliver swing state Virginia for Mitt Romney, not put it out of reach, as early polls suggest. No wonder McDonnell wants to change the subject.”)

*Editorial: Equal protection against abuse (“The Violence Against Women Act draws an unexpected bright line between the parties.”)

*Political Civility’s Demise: What Have We Become?

*Harper’s Hollywood premiere

*Capitals surrender Game 1 to Rangers


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