Blogs & Columns
Republican Ken Cuccinelli and Democrat Terry McAuliffe are squaring off in a battle to replace Gov. Robert McDonnell in Richmond.
(Steve Helber / AP)
Laura Vozzella, Michael Laris and Rachel Weiner
Legislators passed ethics, mental health and school testing reforms on last day, but budget still in limbo.
Delegate unhappy with party leadership considering move to unseat party’s No. 2 in House.
Laura Vozzella and Rachel Weiner
Governor says there will be a break until March 24, but Medicaid will not be decoupled from budget talks.
(Joe Mahoney / Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Richmond Mayor Dwight Jones was nominated by the governor, but he hasn’t endorsed same-sex marriage.
Laura Vozzella and Rosalind S. Helderman
The messages are expected to play a part in the McDonnells’ trial on corruption charges.
McAuliffe promised to support the bill, but it angers many in Japan, one of Va.’s largest trading partners.
The GOP move is meant to extricate the issue from the Virginia budget and put Democrats on the defensive.
(The Washington Post)
The proposed change to a textbooks bill is aimed at killing a measure that could anger a Va. trading partner.
Sen. L. Louise Lucas (D-Portsmouth) says she intends to let the House version die in her committee.
(Bob Brown / AP)
The sticking point is widely expected to keep lawmakers from passing a spending plan by Saturday.
The Post Most: Local
More ways to get us