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Obama challenges Republicans on healthcare repeal "They still can't bring themselves to admit the Affordable Care Act is working," Obama said of the steadfast Republican opposition US President Barack Obama has vigorously defended his signature
Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia makes remarks during a ''Growth and Jobs in America'' discussion at the National Governors Association Winter Meeting in Washington, February 23, 2014. Virginia's Democratic governor, Terry McAuliffe,
The House of Delegates approved legislation Monday that would expand the state's pre-kindergarten program to include 1,600 more children, handing a victory to Gov. Martin O'Malley. The measure, which passed on a mostly party-line 102-34 vote, would
To it's credit, the Washington Post this morning is reporting an intramural spat roiling inside the Democratic Party in the Old Dominion. Turns out gay rights groups are livid that Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D-Va.) has nominated Richmond Mayor Dwight
The brief says same-sex marriage "is not deeply rooted in our nation's history" and "cannot be considered a fundamental right." Attorneys for the couples claim the state's same-sex marriage ban is motivated by "animus" against homosexuals and is
Senate majority leaders on Thursday unveiled an updated $12.3 billion transportation revenue package that includes an 11 1/2-cent gas tax increase, but they acknowledged that they don't yet have enough votes within their caucus to move forward this
Maine (AP) The Maine Senate gave initial approval Tuesday to a bill that would prevent $40 million in cuts in state aid to cities and towns, while Republicans and Democrats continued to spar over the timing of the measure and how to pay for it.
The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...Posted by Andrew Garber Senate Transportation Co-Chairman Curtis King on Monday suggested holding a special session in December after the November election to complete a
Terry McAuliffe's inauguration as governor of Virginia on Saturday will highlight a notable Democratic winning streak in one of the nation's most competitive states, but both Democrats and Republicans say the state remains a tossup going forward.
As authorities try to piece together what happened inside the home of a prominent Virginia lawmaker Tuesday, there's word that a lack of space in psychiatric facilities may have played a role in the tragedy. Creigh Deeds, a state senator and the