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Virginia To Consider Bill Decriminalizing Marijuana Possession

Lawmakers in Richmond are about to consider an effort to decriminalize marijuana, following similar bills passed in D.C. and Maryland.
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How Virginia Is Using Composting To Take Care Of Their Roadkill Problem

Virginia has launched a pilot program to turn the many animals left dead on the commonwealth's roadsides into nutritious mulch.

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Joe Morrissey And 'The No. 1 Lesson Of Politics'

A law school professor weighs in on the potential future of the jailed — but re-elected — state lawmaker, who is now facing new felony charges.

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Essay Instead Of A Test? Va. Lawmakers Reconsider Graduation Requirements

The question at the heart of a debate in the General Assembly: How many standardized tests does a high school student need to pass to graduate?

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Q&A: Michael Pope On Del. Joe Morrissey's Indictment

Virginia reporter Michael Pope discusses the new charges against Del. Joe Morrissey and what could be next for him.
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Toll Lanes In The Mix As Regional Planners Target Congestion On I-66

As transportation planners for the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments plan out how to address frequent congestion on I-66 in Virginia, the question of toll lanes, and the extent of express bus service, linger.

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Joe Morrissey Indicted On Felony Forgery, Perjury In Henrico County

A grand jury has indicted Virginia State Delegate Joe Morrissey on four felony counts in connection with earlier charges for having sex with an underage girl.

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Minimum Wage Debate Arises Again In Richmond

Will the state legislature's Republican majority soften to Democratic proposals? Democrats say it's possible.

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Virginia House Holds Out Hope For Bill That Would Deny In-State Tuition To Undocumented Residents

In Virginia, an effort to deny in-state college tuition rates to undocumented immigrants who were brought to the country as children has been narrowly defeated in the state Senate. But Republicans are still hoping to score a victory in the House of Delegates.
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Virginia Lawmakers Renew Push For Offshore Drilling

Virginia's two Democratic senators support the plan if the state is given a share of the revenue.

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