Thursday, June 22, 2006

Some news items

I don't have much time for blogging these days, but here are some interesting news items:

The AP and Inside Higher Ed are studying a new Virginia law that requires public colleges and universities to run their list of student names by the State Police to see if any of them are convicted sex offenders.

Redstate reports on the prospects
of action in the near future on the nominations of Jim Haynes and Terrence Boyle to the Fourth Circuit.

The Richmond paper reports on the guilty plea of a Virginia lawyer charged with selling marijuana.

The Williamsburg paper has the story of two gentlemen who discovered that tattoo parlors are not a permitted use anywhere in James City County, so they filed suit in state court.

MSNsportsNet reports that Marshall and West Virginia will play in the "Friends of Coal" Bowl, sponsored by the West Virginia Coal Association.

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