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Virginia News Headlines: Friday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Friday, May 25. Also, check out the video of President Obama, in the growing wind power state of Iowa, “highlighting the need to invest in clean energy by extending and expanding tax credits that support clean energy manufacturing. May 24, 2012.”

*Senate race shifts to Northern Virginia

*Buffett vows hands-off approach to newspapers (Too bad in this case.)

*Va. taking steps to create framework for health care reform

*Joe Biden headlines fundraiser for Tim Kaine

*4 Va Republicans seeking Senate seat debate for 3rd and final time in Falls Church Friday

*Kaine Eschews “Fairness,” Talks Up Growth in Va. Race

*White House contest looms over Virginia Senate race‎

*Who’s getting rich on gas tax gap?

*Va. GOP reconsiders 2013 convention

*Mitt Romney releases new TV ad in Virginia

*Metro approves $2.5 billion budget

*Metro to finish safety upgrade urged in 2007

*Corey Stewart says Prince William County cut violent crime in half since starting crackdown on illegal immigrants (“Mostly False”)

*Water war in Fairfax County roiled by legal opinion from federal agency

*Fairfax school board approves budget

*Arlington proposes first new schools in more than a decade

*Nationals’ Harper not acting his age

UPDATE: Also see George Allen Blamed Obama For Rising Gas Prices, Is Silent Now That They’re Falling


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