Norman Leahy and Paul Goldman
The governor can force Republicans’ hand by challenging the legality of the Medicaid Innovation and Reform Commission.
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Attorney General Mark Herring is the liberals’ answer to his controversial predecessor, Ken Cuccinelli.
Veteran political operative Shaun Kenney takes the post as the party seeks to regroup after losses.
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Laura Vozzella and Rosalind S. Helderman
The messages are expected to play a part in the McDonnells’ trial on corruption charges.
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Va. ex-attorney general, 3 partners work for bargain retainers for people charged in self-defense cases.
The bipartisan group outlines goals of preventing state from collecting private information without specific need.
(Katie Park, Ted Mellnik and Richard Johnson / The Washington Post)
Katie Park, Ted Mellnik and Richard Johnson
Huge wins in large urban area counties powered recent Democratic wins in the Virginia governor’s race, while suburbs contributed the most to the Republican win in 2009. See the pattern.
Democrats and Republicans have suddenly switched places.
No law prevents a politician from breaking his promise. But having the right to do it doesn’t make it the right thing to do.
Republicans react swiftly, accusing Herring of failing to fulfill official duties to defend state Constitution.