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  • I doubted Heritage could run a 'straight' news site. I was right.

    I doubted Heritage could run a 'straight' news site. I was right.
    Back in May, the right-wing Heritage Foundation launched the Daily Signal, which it said would be a paragon of nonpartisan "just true, straight-down-the-middle journalism."   I placed this in the you-gotta-be-kidding-me category. And this week, the...
  • Reader feedback June 29: Hampton, Medicaid, Times-Herald

    All-America City •Susan: Hampton was named an All-America City, one of 10 in the nation, and that's the best you can do? A tiny piece at the bottom of Page 6 in the June 17 edition? Editor: Did we underplay it? Probably so. The award, handed out...
  • Poor support for aging nothing to laugh at: Editorial

    Late-night comedians and TV shows such as "30 Rock" long have loved skewering Florida's reputation as Valhalla for retirees. On "30 Rock," for example, in suggesting that the fictional live-sketch show go on the road to Miami, the head writer argued:...
  • Ex-Bush lawyer says House GOP right on McAuliffe powers

    House of Delegates Republicans have spent $25,000 in state funds to hire a Washington lawyer who says their view that Gov. Terry McAuliffe can't unilaterally expand Medicaid is correct, as the battle over using Obamacare funds to cover low-income...
  • Reader feedback June 25: Hampton rental inspections, McAuliffe's Medicaid gambit

    Rental inspections draw ire The ACLU of Virginia is asking the city of Hampton to amend or rescind its rental inspection program because the civil rights group says the program violates residents' rights against unreasonable searches. • Gail...
  • As before, history will speak for itself

    Ben Cuker's June 8 op-ed piece ("Medicaid stance parallels 'Massive Resistance' "), in commenting on state political forces resisting Va.'s Medicaid expansion, makes an excellent point about historical references to Va.'s past political battles that...
  • What's next in the Virginia Medicaid battle? Who knows?

    What's next in the Virginia Medicaid battle? Who knows?
    RICHMOND — For all the twists and turns, all the controversy and time spent on Medicaid expansion in Virginia, still no one can say what will happen in the state's most divisive political fight. "That I feel comfortable saying," University of...
  • Troubled health exchange must continue to serve

    Troubled health exchange must continue to serve
    Pregnant and about to lose her health insurance, Genevieve Acker was eager to buy new coverage on the Maryland health exchange. But seven weeks after she picked plans on the Maryland Health Connection, she remained without insurance cards for herself,...
  • Feedback: Living Here, Medicaid fraud, Flag Day, stormwater and more

    •Ed, Poquoson: I liked this year's version of Living Here better than most except it's worth mentioning that our NASA Langley managed the first successful spacecraft to land on Mars (Viking) and still the only one to search for evidence for life...
  • More budget details from House Republican memo

     
    On June 5, The Morning Call published a story detailing closed-door budget discussions among Gov. Tom Corbett’s administration and Republican House and Senate leaders. The story was based on a June 3 memo prepared by Republican House...
  • $96 billion: All sorts of stuff

    Editor's note: This is part of an everyday series exploring individual line items in state and local budgets. Read the entire series at www.dailypress.com/watchdog. This is a special installment of "It's in the Budget," because Virginia actually has a...