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Virginia Attorney General Proposes Voting Reforms

In Virginia, problems at the polls have prompted Attorney General Bob McDonnell to propose eight new voting reforms.

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Abraham Lincoln Revisited in Former Capitol of Confederacy

A national history lesson about Abraham Lincoln is being planned in Richmond, the former Capitol of the Confederacy.

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The D.C. Council Adds To Gun Laws

The D.C. Council has approved legislation requiring gun owners to register their weapons every three years and receive training by a certified firearms instructor.

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Power Breakfast for December 17, 2008

Colorado Democratic Senator Ken Salazar is rumored to be President-elect Barack Obama's choice for Secretary of the Interior, yielding speculation about who will replace him.

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D.C. Council Rolls Back Last Call Hours For Inauguration

Restaurants, bars and nightclubs in the District will still be able to serve alcohol later than usual for several days around the presidential inauguration next month, but not quite as late as they first thought.

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Virginia's Electoral College Makes Election Official

Members of the Electoral College met yesterday in state capitols around the country.

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Baltimore Officials Says President-elect Obama Will Give Public Speech Enroute

Officials in Baltimore say President-elect Barack Obama plans to make a public speech in the city during his train trip to Washington three days before his inauguration.

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DCPS Chancellor Says Secretary of Education Good Pick

The Chancellor of D.C.'s Public Schools, Michelle Rhee, says she thinks President-elect Barack Obama's pick for Education Secretary is a good choice.

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Power Breakfast for December 15, 2008

D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton pushes for a U.S. House vote for D.C. voting rights on the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birthday.

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