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CNS Stories for Weeks 9-10 (March 8-20)

March 21, 2011

Here are the stories we distributed over the past week:

AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS: Virginia Pushes for More Farm Exports

HIV INMATES [ATTN P’BURG]: Prisons to Offer Inmates HIV Testing

HOME FORECLOSURES: Housing Market at a ‘Dangerous Point’

TOURISM CAMPAIGN: Governor Wants Tourists to ‘Love’ Virginia

MONROE PARK: Activists Protest Monroe Park Renovation

KEAM Q&A [EXCLUSIVE FOR CONNECTION NEWSPAPERS]: Keam Sees Success in Legislative Session

METH LABS [ATTN TAZEWELL, SW VA]: Anti-Meth Legislation Fails in General Assembly

UNDERAGE DRINKING [ATTN NOVA, HENRICO]: A Crackdown on Underage Drinking and Driving

REDISTRICTING FORUMS: Redistricting Panel Warns Against Gerrymandering

POTHOLE BLITZ: Gov. McDonnell Launches Statewide ‘Pothole Blitz’

DELEGATE HELSEL [ATTN W’BURG]: Helsel Takes Oath as New Delegate

DATING VIOLENCE: Schools to Teach About Abusive Relationships

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Meth lab seizures


Swearing in of Gordon C. Helsel

Home Foreclosures

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