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Protests outside Justice Alito’s home and more Va. headlines

By: - May 10, 2022 8:05 am

The state Capitol. (Ned Oliver/ Virginia Mercury)

• Pro-abortion protesters gathered outside the Northern Virginia home of Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito, prompting Gov. Glenn Youngkin to say state police are “monitoring” the situation.—WTOP

• Students at several Virginia schools staged walkouts Monday in support of continued abortion access.—WUSA9, WTOP

• Democratic Del. Danica Roem announced a run for a newly drawn state Senate seat anchored in Prince William County.—InsideNoVa

• Another high-ranking official at the state government’s IT agency is leaving, the third such departure since Gov. Glenn Youngkin was inaugurated.—Richmond Times-Dispatch

• Jarome Bell, a Virginia Beach Republican running for Congress, said he stands by an earlier comment calling for the executions of anyone convicted of election fraud.—Virginian-Pilot

• The Orange County School Board delayed a vote on a policy requiring school officials to inform parents if a student changes their gender identity at school.—Washington Post

• The 757 is getting a new area code: 948.—Virginian-Pilot

• A contractor digging a tunnel on Virginia’s Capitol Square accidentally poked through the ceiling of the Capitol’s underground extension.—Associated Press

• A Virginia teenager designed her own history curriculum to spotlight women of color.—CBS News

• Ghost hunters are poking around an old school building in Goochland County. “It doesn’t feel scary, you know, it just feels like somebody’s here.”—VPM

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