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McDonnell to step down to run for governor

Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell will resign that job to concentrate on his campaign for governor, reports say.  The Virginian-Pilot says McDonnell announced his plan in an e-mail to staffers this morning.  He reportedly expects chief deputy Bill Mims to ...

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Patients’ Comp? (access required)

A bill before the Virginia General Assembly would create a “patients’ compensation fund” – paid for by health care providers – to pay for judgments in excess of the medical malpractice cap. Senate Bill 1389 was introduced by Sen. Kenneth ...

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Receiver is winding up Conrad’s practice (access required)

The attorney appointed to wind up the practice of disbarred lawyer Stephen T. Conrad says he soon will submit a proposal for distributing the assets of the law office. Richard S. Mendelson, the receiver for Conrad’s Woodbridge law practice, said ...

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Obama to make Williamsburg appearance

A meeting of the U.S. House Democratic Caucus in Williamsburg next week is expected to feature an appearance by President Obama, reports The Virginia Gazette.  No details have been announced, but signals suggest a Thursday visit. Posted by Peter Vieth

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Senate spanks payday lenders

The Virginia Senate on Friday approved a bill that would close the door on open-end loans offered by payday lenders. As reported by the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the unanimous vote looked like payback for what some leaders felt was dishonorable dealing ...

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