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Sign of the times: The return of Ike

I was in a convenience store the other day and the clerk looked into her drawer with puzzlement. “What’s this?” she asked as she pulled out three large coins. I recognized them immediately from my coin-collecting days as a kid: ...

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GOP activists push for open votes

Republican activists are pushing party leaders to abolish a rule that allows members of the House of Delegates to defeat bills in subcommittees without leaving any record of how they voted. The Virginian-Pilot reports that the current practice has been ...

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Patent lawyer Muldoon to challenge Bolling

Patrick C. Muldoon, who live in Giles County and practices patent law in Washington, DC, has launched an uphill battle for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor.  The Roanoke Times points out the incumbent, Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling already has strong party support ...

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Patent lawyer Muldoon to challenge Bolling

Patrick C. Muldoon, who live in Giles County and practices patent law in Washington, DC, has launched an uphill battle for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor.  The Roanoke Times points out the incumbent, Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling already has strong party support ...

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The election really did end last month

A federal judge said Monday he probably won’t order Virginia election officials to count late absentee ballots from overseas military personnel but wants a solution before the next election. The Associated Press reports U.S. District Judge Richard L. Williams has ...

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Mike Pace’s very good month

Roanoke lawyer Mike Pace, the managing partner at Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore, has had a very good month. According to a press release from his firm, Pace (right) was awarded a double whammy of good in November. Washington and ...

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