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Virginia News Headlines: Sunday Morning


Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Sunday, July 29.

*A throwback to poll taxes

*Editorial: We the people built that(“Americans do not succeed in a vacuum. Together, we fund a society that benefits each of us in one way or another.”)

*Abortion clinics unsure of rules (“Some clinic operators are confused by Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s legal opinion.”)

*Voters will face clear and important choices come November (“Hampton Roads will be a battleground for the next 100 days”)

*Kaine, Allen speak to farm group

*PolitiFact: Kaine claim about cutting budget holds up

*Jail deaths Death rate at Richmond jail far outpaces national average

*Looming Navy shuffle will have a ripple effect on region’s economy

*Va. developer was war hero and humble in the spotlight (“Syd Albrittain, who was chief executive of Dittmar Co., died in Arlington at 82.”)

*Audit: Beef up Silver Line oversight

*Day cares, parents feeling squeezed in Fairfax over possible enrollment cuts

*Crowds proving RAM clinics still important as ever

*Zimmermann delivers strong start to help Nats bounce back to beat Brewers (“Zimmermann pitches in his home state for first time as Nats rebound from night before to win 60th game.”)


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