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Virginia News Headlines: Sunday Morning


Here are a few national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Sunday, March 30. Also check out the photo by Stephanie Clifford of Lt. Governor Ralph Northam and Arlington County Board Democratic nominee Alan Howze (the special election is on April 8).

*Top Republicans court Jeb Bush for 2016 run

*Measures by G.O.P. Aim to Limit Voting in Swing States (“‘What we see here is a total disrespect and disregard for constitutional protections,’ said the Rev. William Barber, president of the North Carolina N.A.A.C.P. and leader of the Moral Mondays movement, which opposes the changes.”)

*Schapiro: Republicans in parliamentary hand-to-hand combat (“…the stakes are comparatively low: dominance of local GOP committees, many of which have few members. That’s a reflection of the changing Virginia. Democrats are attracting the young, Asians and Hispanics. The Republican base is dominated by aging whites.”)

*Insurance deadline met with steep surge (“Virginia enrollees top 100,000 target set by panel”)

*Environmental group against putting coal ash in landfills

*Historically black Va. college sees hope in sale

*Va. Aquarium’s stranding team helps marine animals

*Casey: Christian school needs to apologize

*Norfolk council election could endanger mayor’s voting bloc

*Housing-code complaints stir tensions in Fairfax

*As Reston turns 50, its founder who is nearing 100 is still looking ahead (“Robert Simon continues to push the town he created to become a true walkable community.”)

*Forecast: Windy today as washout weekend continues; warmer weather on the way


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