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  • "In terms of the priorities of the Northern Virginia business community, Mr. McAuliffe's policy positions and proposals closely align with the Fairfax chamber's legislative agenda," said Jim Corcoran, Fairfax chamber president and CEO and NOVABizPAC trustee.

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