Governor McDonnell says the rights of nearly 6900 Virginians have been restored during his term. It’s happened for nearly 1600 people during the past three months. McDonnell (pictured) began automatically restoring rights in mid-July for nonviolent felons on an individual basis. His program is not an automatic restoration of their rights. Top aides to the Governor say he’s doing as much as he can under current Virginia law.
The University of Virginia has returned to good standing with an accreditation agency.
Governor McDonnell says he wants to do more to help people with mental health issues.
Funeral faux pas? The president and leaders of two European countries pose for a self-portrait.
Delegate David Toscano wants General Assembly legislation that would oversee actions by ABC agents.
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Obama delivers a message in remembrance of Nelson Mandela, hoping it's heard by political opponents, and U.S. rivals abroad.