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By OLYMPIA MEOLA During Gov. Timothy M. Kaine's town-hall meetings throughout the state, he took feedback and then he gave back.
By Olympia Meola, Jim Nolan and Jeff E. Schapiro, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jun. 25--A fix for transportation that relies on higher fuel taxes is headed to the Virginia Senate.
By Jeff E. Schapiro and Jim Nolan, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jun. 24--A business group that backs higher taxes for transportation and activists who oppose them were out in force yesterday as lawmakers returned to Richmond.
By Danville Register & Bee, Va. Jun. 24--Gov. Timothy M. Kaine will be in Danville on Friday for an economic development announcement, according to a news release from the city manager's office. Kaine will appear at 10 a.m. at the Stratford Courtyard Conference Center.
By Michael Sluss, The Roanoke Times, Va. Jun. 20--RICHMOND --Gov. Tim Kaine on Thursday produced the transportation funding bill he will ask lawmakers to pass next week, and set up a showdown with Republicans in the House of Delegates who have criticized his plan.
By Jim Nolan, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jun. 20--Gov. Timothy M. Kaine's $1 billion transportation bill won't be the only proposal in the mix Monday as lawmakers return to take up the state's road woes.
By PATRICK KANE HOPEWELL -- There is no such thing as a free lunch -- or highway project. Gov. Tim Kaine laid out his plan to find the money during a town hall meeting last night.
By Patrick Kane, The Progress-Index, Petersburg, Va. Jun. 17--HOPEWELL -- There is no such thing as a free lunch -- or highway project. Gov. Tim Kaine laid out his plan to find the money during a town hall meeting last night.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Virginia Gov. Timothy Kaine on Monday vowed to make good on a math error that inflated state school aid by $137 million, but warned schools not to rely on a similar windfall next year, according to his spokesman. The mistake was made in December 2005 under former Gov.
By Joanne Kenen WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A brand-new Democratic governor from a conservative southern state, giving his party's response to the State of the Union, said "there is a better way" to confront the challenges facing the country at home and abroad.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.