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Virginia's statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee was removed Sunday night from the Capitol building's National Statuary Hall collection, Gov. Ralph Northam tweeted.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Sunday that he signed a series of new measures into law aimed at expanding access to voting in the commonwealth.
By Paul LeBlanc, CNN
In the space of a week in early February, the public was stunned by revelations about each of the three highest elected officials in Virginia. Protesters and news crews swarmed the Statehouse.And then? "It just went poof," a librarian said.
Campbell Robertson, New York Times
Monday, April 1, 2019 -- The blackface photographs that in January led newly installed Florida Secretary of State Michael Ertel, to resign -- and a similar picture discovered on the medical school yearbook page of Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia -- represent a more troubling aspect of this history. They illustrate how young white men who were destined for careers that gave them profound influence on the lives of African-Americans continued to privately embrace racist caricature long after it became unacceptable to do so in the open.
Friday, Feb. 15, 2019 -- North Carolina has too many people who can't access adequate health care; too many children who are not getting the high-quality public education they've been promised and; too many citizens who are denied, by illegal gerrymandering, adequate representation in Congress and the state legislature. Officials should focus on the real issues. It's time to stop chasing the latest fads.
Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019 -- Capitol Broadcasting's editorial cartoonist.
Residents who live in the part of Virginia that borders North Carolina are sounding off about the woes of their governor.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of Virginia issued a statement Monday morning denying an unsubstantiated allegation of sexual assault that a right-wing media site published amid extraordinary political turmoil in the state that has raised the possibility of Fairfax becoming the next governor.
Jonathan Martin, New York Times