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Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe are squaring off in a battle to replace Gov. Robert McDonnell in Richmond.
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Jenna Portnoy and Laura Vozzella
The Democratic governor got some — but not all — of what he wanted from the GOP-controlled legislature.
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Two Bordeaux-style blends from North Gate Vineyards and Catoctin Creek Winery take top spots.
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Arne M. Sorenson says the corporate titan will not necessarily stay in Maryland.
The plan rejects Medicaid expansion but provides millions sought for mental-health services.
Attorney General Mark R. Herring, a fellow Democrat, says he’ll make his decision at a later point.
The measure would have exempted names of companies supplying drugs from open records.
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Voters also generally approve of the state’s Democratic U.S. senators.
The deal rejects fee increases and Medicaid expansion but embraces other McAuliffe spending priorities.
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The ruling bolsters House Speaker Howell’s approach to take no action in Virginia pending federal appeals.
“She doesn’t have to get in right away. It’s saving a lot of time, effort and money,” the Virginia governor said.
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