Tuesday, November 19, 2002

the score

Posted on Tue, Nov 19, 2002 at 4:00 AM





New rules at the General Assembly Building will limit smoking to the offices of legislators and their aides. But grabbing, groping and catcalling will still be allowed in halls and meeting rooms.



score: +1



Henrico County schools receive the Trailblazer award for their Apple iBook computer program from the National School Boards Association. Judges cite "outstanding accomplishments in glitches."



score: +2



More than 96,000 Virginia taxpayers are owed $1.9 million in unclaimed refunds by the Internal Revenue Service, the Times-Dispatch reports. The IRS says it will be happy to return the money, as soon as taxpayers complete a 129-page form.



score: +1



Virginia eases water restrictions thanks to all the wet weather. Finally we can wash our cars … now that it's raining.



score: +1



this week's score: +8











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