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In Whose Favor Will Voters Tip the Balance of 2019 Virginia Elections?

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With few hours for the 2019 state Virginia elections to commence, there is a high probability that the elections might become historic for the state Democrats and the legislative council of the state. With fate of both Senate House and House of Delegates resting in the hands of the 2019 state elections, the critics and…

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Mark Herring

Lawsuit by Mark Herring on Teva Pharma to affect US-Israel Relations

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As Virginia and the entire country continue to struggle with the Opioid crisis, it seems that the Attorney General of Virginia, Mark Herring is in no mood to let the responsible parties leave the issue in past, that easily. Instead of submitting in the peer pressure and settle the claims for misguiding on the benefits…

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Palestinian Museum

Virginian Postgraduate Set Palestinian Museum In DC to Share Unheard Stories

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When the Palestinian museum opened in June, its founder 31-year-old Bshara Nassar, would not have imagined, that the museum would successfully manage to showcase the experience of Palestinian people. The success of the museum, also known as The Museum of the Palestinian People (MPP) in Washington DC, has come at a time when it is…

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Virginia Elections

Democrats Involve Alec Baldwin as Virginia Elections Nears

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With imminent Virginia Elections, the members of the Virginia Democratic Party are leaving no stone unturned to ensure they form majority and get hold of the state legislature. Therefore, the Virginia Democrats have begun to call for celebrity power to garner more support in the upcoming elections. The move can be considered significant as there…

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Dominion Energy

Virginia Treads to Sustainability post 420 MW Deal with Dominion Energy

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With the continuous advancement in technology and worsening climate change, the production and usage of safe and clean energy in daily life have become direr. Continuing on the same path, the Dominion Energy and the Government of Virginia has signed a deal for 345MW of solar and 75MW of onshore wind energy, which will power…

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Virginia Capitol Square

Would Building Women’s Monument at Virginia Capitol Square Bring Change?

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On Monday, Virginia Capitol Square witnessed hundreds of people coming together to honor the revolutionary and innovative women in the past four centuries of the state and dedicate a new monument to them. The monument will feature 12 bronze statues on a plaza constructed on granite. While the monument and seven of the statues were…

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Uniform Crime Reporting

Post Solar Project, Virginia Shines in FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program

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Virginia has emerged as one of the safest states in the country following the data released by the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program. In terms of lowest violent crime rates, Virginia ranks after Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire. The 2018 edition of the FBI’s annual report Crime in the United States claims that the…

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Virginia State Elections

Voters Support Stricter Gun Policies Ahead of Virginia State Elections

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In a recently conducted Schar School poll by the Washington Post, voters pointed out the key factors that might impact the Virginia state elections more than expected. The poll was conducted with 876 adults from mobile and telephone and contained a margin of five percentage. During the poll, voters expressed their opinion not only on…

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Ralph Northam

Carbon Freedom No Longer a Dream with Ralph Northam’s Solar Power Projects

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The latest announcement by Gov. Ralph Northam has paved Virginia’s way on the road to carbon freedom by achieving 100 percent carbon neutrality by 2050. In his announcement, Gov. Northam said that the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) authorized the establishment and usage of four new solar projects across the state on Thursday. It…

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