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    "Fiscal crisis hits the states," has become this year's most boring and repetitive headline. But what is largely overlooked is that some states are doing relatively well - such as my home state of Virginia - and are, in fact, balancing their budgets without draconian budget cuts or tax increases. What are the well-managed states doing right and the others doing wrong? And what lessons could those running the federal government learn from the better managed states?

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  • One of the vetoed bill's sponsors, Republican Del. James LeMunyon of Fairfax County, said he plans to reintroduce the bill next year.

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  • Mr. LeMunyon noted: "The Virginia House of Delegates has retained many of the good government procedures first set forth by Thomas Jefferson. As a result, Virginians benefit more from a government that is more open, honest and limited than citizens of many other states."

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