The Bulletin

Another try at getting rid of same-sex marriage ban and more Va. headlines

By: - November 18, 2022 7:45 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• A special counsel appointed by the Virginia attorney general’s office will lead an outside review of how the University of Virginia handled Sunday’s shooting that killed three football players.—Washington Post

• The attorney for a family of one of the shooting victims is raising questions about whether UVA did enough to investigate warning signs before the shooting occurred.—New York Times

• A Colonial Heights gun store denied two of the shooting suspect’s earlier attempts to buy firearms, but the business faced past scrutiny from federal officials.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• Democratic lawmakers say they’ll make another attempt at getting rid of the legally defunct same-sex marriage ban in Virginia’s Constitution. Republicans blocked a prior effort this year.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• The Norfolk School Board is backing off a controversial plan to turn its cameras off for public comments unrelated to agenda items.—Virginian-Pilot


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