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Topic - Janet Howell
The Virginia Senate passed a new two-year, $85 billion budget, despite the rejection of roughly $3 million in funding for mandatory ultrasounds that women considering abortions will have to undergo.
A year after Gov. Bob McDonnell won passage of the largest economic-development initiative in Virginia history, the state has given 24 mid-to-large companies $9.74 million in grants to create 3,189 jobs.
Virginia lawmakers began a partisan legislative version of "Survivor" on Tuesday with redistricting plans that leave four Republican senators fighting for two seats, and leave three House Democrats homeless.