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BY NATASHA SOKOLOFF CNS – As the Virginia General Assembly convenes for the 2022 session with Republican control in the House of Delegates, local Republican lawmakers are pushing legislation to repeal provisions passed while Democrats held the majority in the chamber. House Bill 181, which was prefiled by Del. Margaret Ransone, R-Westmoreland, on Jan. 10, […]
By GRAHAM MOOMAW VM – Gov. Ralph Northam speaks at a press conference Thursday, Aug. 5, 2021, where he announced COVID-19 vaccines would be mandatory for state employees. (Ned Oliver/Virginia Mercury) In his final week in office, Gov. Ralph Northam is approving a limited emergency order meant to give hospitals and public-health agencies more resources […]
PATCH — After receiving two rounds of snow this week, more wintry weather is on the way for portions of northern Virginia, northwest Virginia and eastern and panhandle West Virginia Saturday night and Sunday. Drivers are urged to stay home. Virginia Department of Transportation Northern Virginia asks residents to drive only if it is essential […]
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