Mission Aborted 

Virginia Republicans may have a majority, but their reactionary social agenda has received a resounding “nay” from the people it would directly affect.

During the past month or so, I've heard several people say they're ashamed to be Virginians. I always tell them I don't understand what they mean. "Things are going great in Virginia," I tell them. "In fact, we apparently have so…

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