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Police, prisons and protests: Students say protests motivating them to go the polls | Election 2020 | fauquier.com

Students say protests motivating them to the polls | Royal Examiner

Virginia legislators advance police and criminal justice reform measures | Govt. & Politics | dailyprogress.com

Virginia legislators advance police and criminal justice reform measures | WTOP

Virginia legislators advance police and criminal justice reform measures | Headlines | insidenova.com

More Virginia colleges scrap traditional spring break | Wire | roanoke.com

More Virginia colleges scrap traditional spring break | State and Regional News | dailyprogress.com

More Virginia Colleges Scrap Traditional Spring Break

Virginia lawmakers vote to make Juneteenth a state holiday

Virginia Lawmakers Vote to Make Juneteenth a State Holiday

Virginia lawmakers make Juneteenth a state holiday | Virginia Business

VCU announces spring semester changes as other colleges mull options

COVID-19 concerns prompt VCU to cancel spring break, delay spring semester | News | princewilliamtimes.com

VCU announces spring semester changes as other colleges mull options | News | emporiaindependentmessenger.com

Virginia delegate plans to reintroduce quarantine pay bill | Ap | richmond.com

Virginia Delegate Plans to Reintroduce Quarantine Pay Bill

Delegate plans to reintroduce Quarantine Pay Bill next session | Royal Examiner

Virginia voter registration continues to climb as deadline looms

Virginia voter registration continues to climb as deadline looms | Local News | fredericksburg.com

Black Lives Matter renews looks at Richmond’s Black culture | State and Regional News | dailyprogress.com

Black Lives Matter Renews Interest in Richmond's Black Culture and History | VPM

Black Lives Matter renews interest in Richmond’s Black culture and history

Black Lives Matter renews look at Richmond’s Black history, culture | WTOP

Black Lives Matter Renews Looks at Richmond’s Black Culture

House race outspends presidential campaign in Virginia – The Washington Post

VCU emergency room sees increase in opioid overdose patients

‘Black Space Matters’ Exhibit Changes Asphalt Lot to Garden

Civil Rights trail adds sites, focus on educational struggle

Poll: Virginia voters strongly support police reform | News | princewilliamtimes.com

Bill would ban pre-arrest sex between police and detainees

Compromise needed to reconcile Marcus alert bills

Bill making localities responsible for protest damage stalls | State & Region | godanriver.com

College Republicans discuss future of GOP in Virginia | Newsvirginian | newsvirginian.com

164,000 cast ballots in first week of early voting in Virginia | Govt. & Politics | dailyprogress.com

Despite pandemic, some Virginia registrars report surge of poll workers | News | fauquier.com

Virginia college Greek life changes in the face of COVID-19 – HoustonChronicle.com

VCU aims to boost numbers on National Voter Registration Day

Remembering RBG | Virginia Business

Virginia House bill that would guarantee free school meals to students advances to Senate | News | fauquier.com

The New College Experience: Self-Isolation and Distraction

VCU Poll: Women voters favor Biden; mixed support for mail-in voting – Virginia Mercury

Efforts falter to require schools to provide in-person options – Virginia Mercury

House advances MARCUS Alert bill – RVAHub

Virginia House of Delegates advances MARCUS alert bill | State News | dailyprogress.com

Virginia House of Delegates advances MARCUS alert bill | Virginia | dnronline.com

Virginia House of Delegates advances MARCUS alert bill

Virginians debate whether virus vaccine should be mandatory | Wire | roanoke.com

Virginians debate whether virus vaccine should be mandatory | Ap | richmond.com

Virginians debate whether virus vaccine should be mandatory | State News | dailyprogress.com

Should a virus vaccine be mandatory in Virginia? The debate is on. – The Virginian-Pilot – The Virginian-Pilot

House, Senate committees advance bills for expungement of criminal records

House, Senate committees advance bills for expungement of criminal records

House, Senate committees advance bills to make it easier to expunge some criminal records | News | princewilliamtimes.com

VCU adds free vending machines with masks, sanitizer

Some colleges add free vending machines with masks, sanitizer

College Provides Vending Machines With Free Masks, Sanitizer

College provides vending machines with free masks, sanitizer | State News | dailyprogress.com

College provides vending machines with free masks, sanitizer | Ap | richmond.com

Virginians debate whether COVID-19 vaccine – when it’s available — should be mandatory | News | fauquier.com

COVID-19 cluster spurs quick conversion of VCU Honors College into isolation unit | Virginia Business

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