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Thursday, April 17, 2014

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Republicans ask Warner to reach out to McAuliffe

Members of the Virginia House Republican leadership wrote U.S. Sen. Mark Warner on Tuesday, asking him to intervene with Gov. Terry McAuliffe and end the threat of a government shutdown over the Medicaid expansion issue.

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New performance personal for Staunton actors

Since that terrible April 16, seven years ago, the day of the worst mass shooting in American history perpetrated by a man who suffered from a mental illness, a spotlight has been cast on a set of diseases that the US Department of Health and Human Services states affects one in four people nationwide.

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Time to show the plan

When you ask someone to invest in your company, you can't expect them to do it out of good faith.

  • icon Posted: April 16

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Which candidate do you want representing Virginia in the U.S. Senate?

Sen. Mark Warner has multiple challengers this year for his seat. They include four Republicans and Libertarian Robert Sarvis. The four Republicans are Tony DeTora, Ed Gillespie, Shak Hill and Chuck Moss, who will face off in a primary to determine which one advances to the November election.

Total Votes: 85

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