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Washington divided, Cantor tells bar

House Republican Whip Eric Cantor told the Richmond Bar Association today that Washington is “very divided – much more divided than need be and much more divided than the country at large.”   Cantor’s 7th Congressional District includes part of ...

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Hill House dedicated in Roanoke

Veterans of the civil rights battles of Virginia recalled the fight as they honored the memory of attorney Oliver W. Hill on the sunny front lawn of Hill’s boyhood home this afternoon. The house in Roanoke’s Gainsboro community, renovated through ...

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JIRC asks censure for judge

The Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission has recommended that the Supreme Court of Virginia censure Virginia Beach J&DR Judge Ramona D. Taylor. The commission alleged that Taylor violated judicial ethics by acting “intentionally to thwart a juvenile defendant’s attempt to ...

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