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Atlantic Coast Pipeline Clears Another Hurdle

Jul 21, 2017
FERC

Opponents of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline got another setback today.  As expected, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved a final environmental impact statement. That means FERC agrees with the project’s promoters – that there is a real need for the pipeline, and it won’t  pollute rivers and streams.  Sandy Hausman reports on reaction from environmentalists.

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The internet has upended the recording industry, the newspaper industry and the hotel industry. Now state regulators are looking at how to handle the latest industry to go online — cheap and easy high-interest loans.

Steve Helber / AP

 

 

As Virginia’s candidates for governor prep for their first debate this weekend, there’s some disagreement over how many more debates there should be. Democrat Ralph Northam has agreed to three, but Republican Ed Gillespie is pushing for more.

 

 

The disabled and elderly often rely on public transportation to get them where they need to go. Now, Richmond officials are hoping to make things a bit easier by partnering with a local tech start-up.  

'Nuestras Historias' Explores Richmond's Latino Community

Jul 20, 2017
Courtesy of Wanda Hernandez

 

 

There are approximately 100,000 Latinos in the Richmond area, and across the state the population has skyrocketed in recent years. This summer, a museum in Richmond is exploring the Latino experience with a new exhibit.

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