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Virginia animal shelter makes last push for ‘Team Tommie’ license plate | WTKR.com

Virginia legal landscape shifts as cannabis support grows | State & Region | greensboro.com

Virginia legal landscape shifts as cannabis support grows | Associated Press | winchesterstar.com

Hemp in Virginia grows toward the future | WTVR.com

Virginia legal landscape shifts as cannabis support grows – The Washington Post

Rape cases in Virginia often go unsolved

Rape cases in Virginia often go unsolved | 8News

Most rape cases in Virginia go unsolved | WTVR.com

Local organization aims to feed more people in need

Kehinde Wiley’s ‘Rumors of War’ unveiled in Times Square ahead of Richmond debut – Virginia Mercury

Lobby to end gun violence outspends NRA by over half million

Republican Kastelberg backs gun control | The Henrico Citizen

Competitive Senate Race Spends Over $1 Million in Media Ads | Virginia News | US News

Dunnavant-Rodman race prompts more than $1M in media advertising | The Henrico Citizen

How Virginians Are Going Solar, Powered By National Program | RVA Mag

December 2019 | Emporia News

Man who encountered Beltway Snipers recounts experience – The Washington Post

Navy veteran recalls his encounter with DC Snipers

Navy veteran recalls his encounter with D.C. snipers | News | fauquier.com

March 22, 1972 | Equal Rights Amendment for Women Passed by Congress – The New York Times

How Virginians are going solar, powered by national program | State | newsvirginian.com

Crime is down at VCU but still higher than at other schools

Virginia’s unemployment rate drops to 2.6 percent | WTKR.com

Virginia’s unemployment rate drops to 2.6%

Advocates call on General Assembly to abolish death penalty – San Antonio Express-News

Advocates call on General Assembly to abolish death penalty | Associated Press | kdhnews.com

Advocates call on General Assembly to abolish death penalty – The Washington Post

Advocates Call on General Assembly to Abolish Death Penalty – The Roanoke Star News

Advocates call on General Assembly to abolish death penalty – The Washington Post

Advocates call on General Assembly to abolish death penalty | Bradenton Herald

Advocates Call on General Assembly to Abolish Death Penalty | Virginia News | US News

Advocates call on General Assembly to abolish death penalty – Chicago Tribune

Virginia Advocates Call on General Assembly to Abolish Death Penalty – NBC4 Washington

Special Session Concludes With Senators Vowing to Represent Va. Voters – Henry County Enterprise

Virginia Republicans resume call to hold hearing with Fairfax accusers | WTKR.com

General Assembly special session concludes with Senators vowing to represent Virginia voters – RVAHub

Be in the Room When ‘Hamilton’ Happens in Richmond | WVTF

Raising the Bar: Richmond native lands work on Netflix show | WTVR.com

Trailing by 27 Votes, Nine-Year House Incumbent Calls for Recount | WFXRtv.com

Data shows mail often arrives late in Richmond area – The Washington Post

Data shows mail often arrives late in Richmond area | The State

USPS defends their record after report names Richmond area delivery among nation’s worst | WTVR.com

Presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg leading in donations from Virginia | WTKR.com

Virginians Are Recycling More of Their Trash | Virginia News | US News

Baby names reflect demographic, cultural trends – The Washington Post

Virginia’s Unemployment Rate Drops to 2.6% | Richmond, VA Patch

Table 1. Civilian labor force and unemployment by state and selected area, seasonally adjusted

Raising the Bar: Richmond native lands work on Netflix show

Author Ta-Nehisi Coates Deconstructs Power: ‘The South Won the War of Aesthetics’ | RVA Mag

Author Ta-Nehisi Coates deconstructs power: ‘The South won the war of aesthetics’ | Richmond Free Press | Serving the African American Community in Richmond, VA

Be in the room when “Hamilton” happens in Richmond – RVAHub

Broadway smash ‘Hamilton’ arrives in Richmond | WTVR.com

Special session foreshadows gun debate for Virginia

‘Hamilton’ National Tour Begins 3 Week-Run In Virginia | Richmond, VA Patch

Buttigieg leading in donations from Virginia

Special Session End Foreshadows Gun Debate Ahead for Virginia | Richmond, VA Patch

GOP says regional diversity lacking | State | yourgv.com

Republicans mull over new House leadership | State | yourgv.com

Panel brings transgender issues to light, opens dialogue – The Washington Post

Panel brings trans issues to light, offers opportunity for dialogue

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