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Laura Vozzella and Gregory S. Schneider
The move is a huge win for Democrats, including Gov. Ralph Northam, who campaigned on the issue
Faiz Siddiqui and Martine Powers
One board member said he was under the impression alternate board members would be “consigned to the kiddies table.”
(Bob Brown / Richmond Times-Dispatch/AP)
Despite the delay, the majority leader conceded that Medicaid expansion will probably pass.
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Gregory S. Schneider
Seemingly radical idea for personal tax breaks came from unlikely duo united by economic desperation.
(Bill O'Leary / The Washington Post)
Activists accuse legislator of not supporting immigrants.
(Washington Post photo / Traffic on Interstate 66 in Virginia.)
Kirk Cox and Tim Hugo
The commonwealth found its share of permanent funding without additional burdens on families.
(Steve Helber / AP)
The new governor only vetoed 10 bills, far fewer than his predecessor.
Residents must simply pay for the transportation they use.
Laura Vozzella and and Gregory S. Schneider
The new budget plan calls for kicking Medicaid recipients off the rolls if they do not meet work requirements.
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