The Bulletin

A UVA rebate for undergrads and more Va. headlines

By: - September 16, 2022 7:46 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• To meet Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s request to keep tuition level, the University of Virginia is expected to approve a rebate for in-state undergraduates worth $690 per student.—Washington Post

• In a split vote, the Virginia Board of Education approved licensure for a man hired to run Spotsylvania County’s schools despite having no background in education and a history of controversial social media posts.—WRIC

• Virginia officials denied parole to D.C. sniper Lee Boyd Malvo.—Associated Press

• Rep. Abigail Spanberger’s proposal to ban stock trading by members of Congress could be coming up for a vote soon, according to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.—Washington Post

• Virginia Railway Express commuters in Northern Virginia are breathing easy again after a potential rail shutdown was avoided.—Associated Press

• The U.S. Army says a Chesterfield County sheriff’s deputy currently serving overseas with the National Guard isn’t actively involved with the far-right Oath Keepers group, despite a recent report listing her as a member.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• After a marathon public hearing, Prince William County’s planning commission took a vote at 5 a.m. to recommend approval for the controversial PW Digital Gateway project, which would allocate more than 2,000 acres of land for data centers.—InsideNoVa

• “How newcomers are reshaping Smith Mountain Lake.”—Cardinal News


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