Here are a few Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Wednesday, June 27.
*Court rejects Cuccinelli's challenge to EPA finding Can we say "loser?" See kindler's piece on that topic.)
*Cantor: 'We Need to Repeal' Obamacare (Of course, Can'tor doesn't care that only a tiny percentage of Americans want to outright repeal health care reform, including all the aspects they like about it - which is everything except for the individual mandate, a conservative Republican idea ironically.)
*SCHAPIRO COLUMN: U.Va. trauma has ancient echo
*U.Va. turmoil had one benefit - energizing alumni
*University of Virginia board reinstates ousted president
*The right end to U.Va.'s chaos
*McDonnell praises Sullivan, mum on BOV appointments
*No group homes for mentally ill ready to leave Va. care
*Experts draw lessons from U-Va. crisis
*Is McDonnell Being Vetted by Romney Campaign? ("Virginia governor tells WTOP's Mark Plotkin 'apparently there's some vetting going on.'")
*Ex-Gov Tim Kaine Getting A Boost From A Top State Republican?
*Virginia Democrats boost grass-roots campaign
*Virginia top cops call for stricter gun background checks ("Police chiefs association meets with U.S. Senate candidates to discuss strengthening federal law")
*McDonnell announces process for filling judicial vacancies
*McDonnell presses Loudoun to OK Dulles Rail
*All Rail Parties Focused on Loudoun's Vote ("At Dulles Corridor Rail Association meeting, the most important update was the one coming from Loudoun Board of Supervisors on July 3.")
*Feds denied Va. request on immigration powers
*Kaine talks education affordability in Richmond
*Odd Dominion: Did Ron Paul supporters torpedo Bill Bolling's political career?
*In Salem, Romney accuses Obama of failed leadership (Right, Obama "failed" by inheriting an economy in freefall from George W. Bush, then preventing a Great Depression, then getting things moving forwards again despite total Teapublican opposition and determination that Obama - and the country - fail. Yep, makes perfect sense, Willard.)
*Latinos return to Prince William after crackdown, but scars remain
*Arlington Marine is killed in combat in Afghanistan