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Virginia News Headlines: Sunday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Sunday, June 24. Also, check out the ad by PrioritiesUSA, which clearly and powerfully explains why “If Mitt Romney wins, the middle class loses.”

*Recent reversals leave egg on the face of Va. legislature

*U-Va.’s community of trust broken

*At U-Va., a struggle over school’s purpose

*Other Shoes Prepares to Drop In in C’ville (I agree with Chap: “We need independent Boards for our state institutions.  There has to be some institutional control.  But we can’t keep appointing people just because they laid down a five-figure check at a cocktail party for Governor X.”)

*What would Thomas Jefferson think of U-Va.?

*UVa community wants answers, not therapy

*Jefferson’s university on path of deterioration

*Schapiro: U.Va. flap shows need to better vet trustees

*UVa kerfuffle has lawmakers considering changes to oversight, composition of college boards

*Poll: Virginians conservative but prefer Obama (“When asked whom they would vote for on Nov. 6, 49 percent of those surveyed said Obama, 42 percent chose Romney”)

*Rush on port deal brings new doubts (“For one of the most business-friendly states in America, Virginia seems to be making a habit of negotiating disturbingly bad deals for itself.”)

*Radtke wants debt proposal from Allen in exchange for endorsement

*Romney visiting Virginia on Tuesday (The pathological liar comes to the Commonwealth? Just remember, if his lips are moving, he’s lying…)

*Governor’s stand on Dragas key to board’s next vote

*Election 2012: Henrico County a bellwether in critical battleground state

*Jackson, bullpen help Nats even series

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