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Tag Archives: Administrative

Proper legal standard used for cost-recovery charges (access required)

Where the State Corporation Commission approved Virginia Electric and Power’s petition to recover from its customers the cost of purchasing “allowances” to emit CO2 from its power plants, there was no error because the allowances were necessary to comply with ...

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No facts showing school board acted in bad faith (access required)

Where a student failed to plead facts showing that the Henrico County School Board acted with bad faith or gross negligence in implementing her individualized education program, or IEP, her Rehabilitation Act claim was dismissed.  Background Plaintiff A.C., a minor, ...

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Challenge to agency ratemaking authority dismissed (access required)

Where a Virginia consumer alleged that the Tennessee Valley Authority, or TVA, was charging individual consumers too much for its electric power, the court lacked jurisdiction to review that claim under the Administrative Procedure Act because ratemaking authority is committed ...

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Agency approval not required in online driver’s ed case (access required)

Where appellants shifted their live classroom driver education courses to online live videoconferencing, they did not need approval from the Department of Motor Vehicles. The circuit court’s $1,000 civil fine is reversed. Introduction Appellants, I Drive Smart Too, Inc. and ...

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