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Attorneys lay out immigration reform wish list (access required)

US Capitol

When congressional lawmakers return from the summer recess on Sept. 9, they could decide to take up an issue that has stalled in Washington for decades: immigration reform. Although the momentum that existed earlier this year among lawmakers of both ...

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Federal judge joins ‘Mockingbird’ cast

Lawyers love Atticus Finch, Harper Lee’s paragon of civic virtue and fatherly love. Fans seeking more than the text or black-and-white movie version of this classic American tale are in for a treat. The Virginia Repertory Theatre opens its Signature ...

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Panel to review 21 applications for U.S. magistrate judge

Twenty-one people have expressed interest in being the federal magistrate judge based in Harrisonburg. The position is being vacated by the Sept. 30 retirement of B. Waugh Crigler, who has served since 1981. The deadline for applications was Friday. Phillip ...

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