Toxic Politics 

How did we wind up 50 years later sending vulnerable youngsters back to a school the public had long wanted closed?

Is the magnolia mentality back and running Richmond? This plantation mindset seems the only explanation for a recent decision that's baffling even by Richmond government standards. It's become a cause célèbre on the Internet, generating national attention. The controversy revolves around…

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