One victory would have been gratifying.
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Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring is continuing in the footsteps of his predecessor by targeting human trafficking as one of his key law enforcement initiatives.
With Charlottesville busily pursuing more density and more economic activity, it is imperative that city leaders get the parking question right.
State lawmakers have another year to get it right when it comes to publishing public announcements.
However meritorious the impulse might have been, Del. Rob Bell’s bill to freeze improvements to U.S. 29 employs a distasteful method.
The folks at Monticello know all about this phenomenon: If something sounds good, gee, it must have been uttered by a famous person. Even better, by a Founding Father. Say … Thomas Jefferson.
Talk about luck.
After a 4-year-old student was handcuffed and shackled at a Greene County school last fall, officials say they are reviewing the school system’s arrangement with the Greene County Sheriff’s Office for providing security.
Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s famous Kelo decision, at least 44 states have passed legislation to restrict or prohibit the condemnation of private land for private “economic development” purposes.