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Virginia News Headlines: Monday Morning

by: lowkell

Mon Mar 05, 2012 at 06:40:07 AM EST

Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Monday, March 5.

*Trying to pay Dulles rail's hefty cost
*Ken Cuccinelli: Cuccinelli denied (Even the Republican Times-Disgrace says, "Unfortunately, [Cuccinelli's] pursuit of [climate scientist Michael] Mann was wrong in just about every way that it is possible to be wrong.")
*'Talent' will be Kaine's campaign focus this year
*Another Polling Outlier in Va. Senate Race
*Editorial: What goes around, comes around for GOP
*"Witch hunt" against climate scientist blocked
*Obama volunteers target Virginia
*'The Virginia Way' hits dead end
*Public radio stations brace for more cuts
*Passing a budget on time remains hurdle for Virginia legislature
*Va. set for Super Snooze-day with just 2 on ballot
*Heated clash led to Eric Cantor aide Brad Dayspring exit
*Cantor endorses Romney ahead of Tuesday's primaries (Empty suit corporate tool endorses empty suit corporate tool. Perfect!)
*Editorial: Playing doctor with feel-good bill ("Lawmakers might have won a pink ribbon, but they've sown confusion.")
*Dulles rail's hefty cost
*Editorial: Veto this do-nothing bill ("It adds nothing to the Freedom of Information Act but could cause confusion about records.")
*Is state helping Hampton Roads on road needs?
*How bad will the tolls get? The region may be hemmed in
*Weather: Snowy mix expected to change to rain

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