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Mark Herring

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  • Cuccinelli on abortion rules: Of course GA wanted them retroactive

    Missing from this story yesterday was former Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli's response to all the allegations of bad lawyerin' he suffered Monday at the hands of abortion rights activists.
  • Herring: Va. Abortion clinics exempt from new standards

    Herring: Va. Abortion clinics exempt from new standards
    The state Board of Health can’t enforce new building regulations on existing abortion clinics, Attorney General Mark Herring said Monday, reversing the legal advice former Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli gave the board in 2012. Herring’s...

    Herring: Abortion clinics can be exempted from new standards

    New, strict building standards should not be applied retroactively to existing abortion clinics, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring said Monday in an opinion contradicting advice given by his Republican predecessor. The new standards would treat...

    Virginia Atty Gen. Mark Herring issues advisory opinion on abortion clinic regulations

    Virginia Atty Gen. Mark Herring issues advisory opinion on abortion clinic regulations
    Virginia's Attorney General Mark Herring issued new legal guidance regarding the regulation of Virginia's abortion clinics on Monday, May 4. In stating that existing clinics that perform legal first-trimester abortions do not have to meet the new...

    Va. attorney general urges Sweet Briar closing mediation

    Virginia's attorney general is calling for mediation of the dispute over plans to close Sweet Briar College. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports (http://bit.ly/1AmL1A9 ) that Deputy Attorney General John Daniel proposed the talks in a letter Thursday...