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    Trevor Baratko

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    Following special session, a bleak future for Medicaid expansion

    The political tussle over expanding Medicaid in Virginia through the Affordable Care Act is over, but a plan to provide health care to thousands of uninsured adults still needs to be found, Del. Tag Greason said Tuesday. - 09/23/14

    More than a month later, Leesburg officials yet to reveal Oaklawn tenant

    Leesburg Town Council on Aug. 12 approved a rezoning application from Oaklawn representative Keane Enterprises, paving the way for the heavily-rumored “economic development” project. - 09/23/14

    Comstock, Foust take 10th District debate stage Wednesday

    Presented by the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce, the debate begins at 11:30 a.m. at the National Conference Center. - 09/22/14

    Partisanship an issue at Warner-Gillespie forum

    U.S. Sen. Mark Warner and Republican challenger Ed Gillespie traded accusations Friday that the other candidate is too partisan. - 09/22/14

    Poll: 71 percent of Va. voters support keeping the name Redskins

    A poll released today from Christopher Newport University's Wason Center for Public Policy has found resounding support for the Washington Redskins organization to keep its current name. - 09/19/14

    Gerald Rubin and Janelia Farm the focus at Chamber luncheon

    Loudoun County may well house a future Nobel Prize winner. In fact, as long as Janelia Farm Research Campus is around, it seems quite likely. - 09/16/14

    Federal report outlines impact of national parks in Virginia

    Fewer people visited Virginia's national parks last year and spent less money during those visits, according to a report by the U.S. Department of the Interior. - 07/24/14

    St. Patrick’s Day in Loudoun County

    St. Patrick's Day Events - 03/15/14

    Good Times

    A listing of this week's best bets for a good time. - 02/26/14

    Virginia’s jobless rate rises to 5.6 percent in August

    The state's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate is up from 5.3 percent in July and the same rate as a year ago. - 09/23/14

    Loudoun County election officials to host voter registration events Tuesday

    Loudoun County election officials will host onsite voter registration events, which will include assistance with the new photo identification card requirement, at the county's senior centers and libraries on National Voter Registration Day Tuesday. - 09/22/14

    No Medicaid action Thursday in special session

    There was plenty of talking but little action Thursday as Virginia state lawmakers kicked off a special session to discuss whether the state's Medicaid program should expand. - 09/19/14

    County pursues public-private partnership for Old Arcola School

    Loudoun County will solicit a public-private partnership in hopes of keeping the historic Old Arcola Elementary School building preserved, the Board of Supervisors directed Wednesday. - 09/18/14

    Kaine proposes authorization to hit militants

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine has drawn up legislation to authorize U.S. military force against Islamic extremists that would strictly limit the engagement of American ground forces. - 09/18/14

    AG’s office to assist local inmates’ re-entry

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- The Virginia attorney general's office is creating the position of a statewide coordinator to prepare local inmates for their return to society. - 09/17/14

    New Circuit Court judge likely to be confirmed this week

    Local legislators from both chambers told the Times-Mirror they are confident the nominee – whose name is not yet public – will be confirmed. - 09/16/14

    McAuliffe, lawmakers reach deal on budget cuts

    McAuliffe and leaders of the General Assembly plan to release details at a news conference on Monday. - 09/15/14

    Va. educators debate falling English test scores

    English test scores are falling in Virginia and elsewhere, and some educators and parents fear that the trend reflects societal changes that will be tough to overcome. - 09/15/14

    Supervisors to vote on Old Arcola School Wednesday

    County supervisors are expected to take a vote on the future of the historic Old Arcola Elementary School during their Sept. 17 business meeting. - 09/15/14

    Virginians likely to pay more at the pump come January

    Gas prices in Virginia will rise come January -- possibly as much as six cents per gallon -- unless Congress approves the “Marketplace Fairness Act." - 09/15/14

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