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"I came out early on and said, 'Look, I think there are things I can vote on and there are things I can't vote on,' " said Virginia Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling about his decision not to be the tie-breaking vote on the state budget. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

"I came out early on and said, 'Look, I think there are things I can vote on and there are things I can't vote on,' " said Virginia Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling about his decision not to be the tie-breaking vote on the state budget. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

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