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‘There’s No Water at the Moment’: A Case for Updating Virginia’s Infrastructure

A water main break—the culprit of pipes installed in the 1950s—brings Virginia’s water infrastructure issues to the forefront.

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It Doesn’t Happen Often–But Here’s What to Do If Your Ballot Gets Lost in the Mail.

Changes at the post office may mean slower deliveries, for now. If you think your mail-in ballot has gotten caught up in the delay, we explain what you can do.

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Here’s How Virginia Schools Are Getting Ready for Child Vaccinations

“We have been preparing for a long time, and when approval comes for kids [under 12] to be able to receive their shots, Virginia will be ready,” Gov. Ralph Northam said last week.

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Virginia Women Speak Up: Extend the Child Tax Credit

Parents, advocates and political leaders push to extend the expanded Child Tax Credit.

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The Women Running for Virginia: Danica Roem

When Roem first won her delegate seat, she instantly became a national figure. Four years later, that fame hasn't gone to her head. But she has learned how to pass legislation.

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Want to Go to College for Free? There’s a Program in Virginia for That.

“These are all high-demand, for the most part high-wage, fields and career pathways. And so [students are] going to come out, no debt, be able to go into a great career, start making really good money right away."

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COVID Vaccines for Kids: What’s Different and What’s Next?

Pfizer got one step closer this week to offering a COVID vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 after a trial found it safe and effective.