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Virginia News Headlines: Saturday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Saturday, July 28. Also, check out President Obama’s weekly address, in which he “urges Republicans in the House of Representatives to act on his proposal to protect middle class families and small businesses from being hit with a big tax hike next year.”

*Romney’s political pirouette (“He prances around the issue of his wife’s Olympics dressage horse.”)

*Mr. Cuccinelli’s abortion crusade (“The move [on abortion rights] is classic Cuccinelli: ideological activism masquerading as professional legal ‘advice.’ It was accompanied by his office’s usual disclaimer, issued by a spokesman who insisted that Mr. Cuccinelli’s personal views had not colored his legal opinion. The merits suggest otherwise.”)

*UVa emails reveal damage-control efforts

*Kaine fires back at Allen over sequestration

*Tim Kaine, George Allen campaigns intersect in Lynchburg

*President to campaign in Leesburg on Thursday

*President approves Virginia’s request for storm aid

*Statement of Senators Levin, McCain and Webb on CSIS Report

*Anne Holton completes three-day campaign swing

*Uranium-mining meetings questioned

*Voter registration group, MoveOn linked (How long until crazy, conspiracy theorist Teapublicans jump on this one?  I give it 5…4….3…2…)

*Va. adds new drug for lethal injections

*Nationals see recent dominance snuffed in shutout loss to Brewers

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