Northam outlines programs for Parole Board investigation, listening to currently for Chase lawsuit against Senate censure, two males shot on I-95, and a lot more headlines

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• Gov. Ralph Northam outlined his proposal for a 3rd-social gathering investigation into a controversial watchdog report on the Virginia Parole Board. A GOP senator reported it is like “asking for the fox to investigate the hen home.”—Richmond Moments-Dispatch

• A judge will listen to arguments today in Sen. Amanda Chase’s lawsuit hard the Virginia Senate’s vote to formally censure her.—Associated Push

• Wellbeing officials in the Hampton Streets area say they really don’t have sufficient men and women pre-registering for vaccine appointments.—Virginian-Pilot

• Various Southwest Virginia law enforcement officers are blasting the point out for “systemic failure” in the mental wellbeing technique that leaves individuals in disaster not able to be admitted to point out-operate services.—Roanoke Situations

• A federal choose ruled Virginia Beach’s at-big voting method for neighborhood workplaces illegally dilutes minority voting electricity.—Virginian-Pilot

• “Virginia no extended will involve 1000’s of legal immigrants to function at the very least 10 many years in the United States ahead of qualifying for overall health coverage underneath the state’s Medicaid software.”—Richmond Occasions-Dispatch

• An intellectually disabled man arrested while doing work at the Virginia Capitol building’s Capitol Cafe is suing the law enforcement, saying he spent five times in jail in a circumstance of mistaken identification.—Richmond Occasions-Dispatch

• Two adult men have been shot Tuesday night time by a person in a passing auto on Interstate 95 around Colonial Heights, the third shooting on that stretch of freeway in much less than five weeks.—Progress-Index

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