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Alexandria sues pharma companies over insulin prices and more Va. headlines

By: - November 16, 2023 7:30 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• Deja Taylor, whose six-year-old son shot and seriously wounded a Newport News teacher in January, was sentenced to 21 months in prison for using marijuana while owning a gun.—WTOP

• “Northern Virginia state Sen. Scott Surovell will be the next majority leader of the Virginia State Senate, after defeating the Peninsula’s Mamie Locke for the position in a vote on Wednesday.”—WAVY

• A week after being elected to another General Assembly term, Del. John McGuire, R-Goochland, announced he would challenge Rep. Bob Good, R-Campbell, for the 2024 Republican nomination in the 5th Congressional District and pledged to support the reelection of former Pres. Donald Trump. —Cardinal News

• The city of Alexandria is suing several pharmaceutical companies and distributors in federal court, alleging they conspired to repeatedly raise insulin prices at the expense of diabetes patients.—WUSA

• A Virginia Tech senior majoring in political science correctly predicted the results of all 140 General Assembly races. —WVEC


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