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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Wesley G. Russell Jr.
A deputy for state Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II argued before Virginia's highest court Thursday that his office has a right to investigate whether a climate scientist defrauded the state in seeking taxpayer-funded grants for his research.
A Richmond Circuit Court judge expects to rule next week after hearing over an hour of arguments Friday on a complaint seeking to block Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling's power to vote on certain matters in the state Senate.
Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II's latest demand for documents related to a former University of Virginia climate-change researcher's work was put on hold Friday by a judge who said she needs to wait until the Virginia Supreme Court rules in a related case.
And during a Tuesday committee meeting, deputy Attorney General Wesley G. Russell Jr. said the interpretation of the Constitution did not implicitly bar redistricting from occurring in any other year, citing a number of non-Census years in which the legislature passed redistricting plans.
Mr. Russell, however, said the interpretation of the Constitution did not implicitly bar redistricting from occurring in any other year, rattling off a number of non-Census years in which the legislature passed redistricting plans.