The Virginia Newsletter
Following Virginia Politics for over 50 years
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by William Shobe
John Knapp devoted much of his adult life to teaching Virginians and the Commonwealth’s policymakers about their state, its economy, and the uniqueness of each of its regions.
Virginia a leader in states expanding intercity passenger rail
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2018 Local Government Officials' Guide to the Virginia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
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This is a collection of many of the Virginia Newsletters related to Local Government. A collection like this covers decades of writing about local government in numerous localities around Virginia. We're glad to offer this unique collection to any and all who have interest in Virginia's vibrant political history.
Last November, just after the election of Donald Trump, investigative journalists unearthed three astonishing facts about the spread of fake news — facts that the rest of us had not seen coming and had no reason to suspect.
Virginia Institute of Government, Training Opportunities for Local Governments, Course Descriptions 2017–2018