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Altria reacts to FDA order pulling Juul from shelves and more Va. headlines

By: - June 24, 2022 8:06 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• Gov. Glenn Youngkin told a national television audience that Virginians aren’t talking about Jan. 6. “What they’re talking about is runaway inflation.”—CBS News

• Virginia Sens. Tim Kaine and Mark Warner say the gun deal the U.S. Senate just passed will save lives.—NBC12

• Altria, the Henrico-based tobacco giant, said it was disappointed with the FDA’s decision to order Juul, a vape company Altria spent billions to acquire a major stake in, to pull its e-cigarette products from the U.S. market.—WRICRichmond Times-Dispatch

• The closure of a labor and delivery unit in Martinsville has left a health care gap for local women.—Cardinal News

• Grants from the Virginia Telecommunications Initiative are helping to bring broadband to rural areas.—WVTF

• A Prince William County supervisor is facing questions from fellow Democrats about why he attended a primary night party for Yesli Vega, another Board of County Supervisors member who won the GOP nomination to run for the U.S. House Tuesday.—Prince William County Times

• Independent voters could play a major role in the race between Vega and U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger for the 7th District seat — and their votes are up for grabs.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• A lawsuit claims a Fairfax school covered up sexual abuse of a student more than a decade ago.—InsideNova

• The first 3D-printed house in Richmond has been sold.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• A North Carolina man who was trying to row from Virginia Beach to France had to turn back after 200 miles because of heavy seas and rough weather.—Virginian-Pilot


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