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Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II and the state's largest electric utilities are proposing to repeal financial incentives for using renewable energy after a report last year found that the millions of dollars in bonuses haven't yielded the intended environmental gains and have contributed to increases in customer bills.
If history is any indication, Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II's days in office should be numbered.
A recent ruling against the Environmental Protection Agency has given Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II his first clear-cut victory in the conservative's much-publicized skirmishes with the federal government.
A federal judge has ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency overstepped its bounds in trying to impose restrictions on stormwater in a Northern Virginia watershed, delivering a victory to Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II, the state's Department of Transportation and Fairfax County.
Virginia lawmakers returning to Richmond this month are expected to consider relaxing the stiff legal challenges faced by wrongly convicted inmates seeking exoneration.
Virginia's 2013 governor's race figures to be one of the most expensive in state history, featuring front-runners who have experience raising big money in a state that sets no limits on political donations to candidates.
Bill Bolling may be out of the 2013 Virginia governor's race, at least as a Republican, but that doesn't mean he's off the stage and finished making news.
The environmentalist movement has gone off the deep end. It's bad enough that the courts have allowed the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to declare carbon dioxide, one of the essential components of life on this planet, to be a pollutant.
Terry McAuliffe eased into the Virginia governor's race Wednesday by branding himself as a pro-business pragmatist and his Republican foe as an apostle of "socially divisive issues," after a potential rival for the Democratic nomination decided not to run.