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Virginia News Headlines: Saturday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Saturday, June 23. Also check out President Obama’s weekly address, in which he “discusses the urgent need for Congress to act now on two common sense measures to help middle class families: preventing interest rates on federal student loans from going up and putting hundreds of thousands of construction workers back on the job.”

*Former Penn State assistant coach convicted of sexually abusing boys (Lock him up and throw away the key. Oh, and his wife should be on trial too, as she clearly had to have known/seen what was going on in her own house but did nothing to stop it, like calling the police.)

*Republicanpalooza (“The Romney campaign should disclose its secret bundlers.”)

*Governor threatens removal of U.Va. board (No leadership at all, then all of a sudden this phony tough guy act? Whatever.)

*Tim Kaine: Reinstate U-Va. president Sullivan

*U-Va. needs its old president and a new board

*Koch brothers-funded group launches TV ad against Tim Kaine (All lies, all the time. Ignore.)

*Obama Key Figure In Senate Race Featuring Ex-Govs

*Romney names Virginia Latino leaders

*Chance to fix things at U.Va. (Bottom line: Sullivan needs to be rehired, Dragas needs to resign or NOT be reappointed.)

*McDonnell will travel to Utah for Romney event

*Storms knock out power, flood roads, cancel events

*O’s spoil Johnson’s Baltimore return

*D.C. area forecast: Less humidity, but still warm through the weekend


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