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Cville’s Bodo’s Bagels workers want to unionize and more Va. headlines

By: - May 13, 2022 8:03 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• State agencies are still trying to sort out the ramifications of Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s new policy scaling back telework.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• Virginia ABC is sticking with a more lenient telework policy than the one Youngkin outlined.—Virginia Business

• Youngkin told higher ed leaders he wants them to hire faculty with “diverse political perspectives.”—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• A study that started in Virginia found nearly half the bald and golden eagles in the country have chronic lead poisoning.—Washington Post

• Workers at Charlottesville’s famous Bodo’s Bagels are trying to unionize.—Daily Progress

• Metro ridership is increasing, but the D.C.-area transit agency’s finances still look uncertain.—Washington Post

• Hampton’s police chief is standing by his comments raising doubts over the explanations offered by the family of a missing 4-year-old boy.—Daily Press

• Virginia’s tax revenues are still going strong.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• An Alabama gubernatorial candidate is in hot water for telling a church about a visit to Richmond and describing it as a “freak show” populated by people who looked like “they were from Mars.”—


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