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Governor’s task force on sexual assault releases findings

March 23, 2015 admin 0

Virginia should create a database of college students who are expelled for committing sexual assaults, and every college and university in the commonwealth should establish a sexual assault response team, a task force headed by Attorney General Mark Herring said Wednesday.

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Voter ID law imposes obstacles

September 14, 2014 Executive Editor 0

This year at the polls, you can expect to be asked for ID, because Virginia’s new voter law is in effect. This legislation was enacted to prevent voter fraud. However, there is little evidence that proves voter fraud is an actual problem — voter impersonation is almost nonexistent. The new requirement may prevent the elderly, lower-income or minority populations from voter eligibility.

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Soccer players face felony counts

February 24, 2014 Executive Editor 0

Three VCU men’s soccer players accused of capturing a nonconsenting minor in the nude on camera are facing jail time and heavy fines after a Grand Jury indicted them on felony charges earlier this month.