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One-time tax rebates could be on the budget table and more Va. headlines

By: - March 2, 2023 7:45 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• One-time tax rebates, as opposed to cutting Virginia’s tax rates, now appear to be part of the budget negotiations that are still going after the General Assembly’s regular session ended with no deal.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• Gov. Glenn Youngkin is participating in an education-themed town hall on CNN. The March 9 event will be hosted by Jake Tapper and feature Youngkin taking questions from a live studio audience.—The Hill

• The Chesapeake School Board is changing its policies on outside groups using school buildings after controversy surrounding an “After-School Satan Club” event.—Virginian-Pilot

• The vice mayor of Waynesboro is being pressured to resign over an “ugly and homophobic” comment about U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.—News Virginian

• Peak cherry blossom season in D.C. will be March 22-25, according to the National Park Service.—Washingtonian


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