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Levine said of the 14,279 comments received by the state health department received 14,279 comments, more than 10,000 requested
§ 18.2-361. Crimes against nature; penalty. A. If any person carnally knows in any manner any brute animal, or carnally knows
Read Warren's full email below: Cuccinelli has said he's not going to touch the issue of contraception if elected governor
Cuccinelli’s tax returns indicate that from 2008 to 2012, the Republican donated more than $4,000 to two crisis pregnancy
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has been trying to downplay his outspoken opposition to abortion rights in his campaign for governor this year as part of an effort to win back the support of women voters.
Cuccinelli, who introduced a fetal personhood bill as state legislator and has since pushed to implement a strict new set
A spokesman for McAuliffe's campaign said he was unaware of anyone offering to bus women supporters of the Democratic candidate
Cuccinelli wrote in a 2003 email to colleagues that he doesn't consider emergency contraception, or the morning-after pill
Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli has raised less than half as much cash as Democratic opponent
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican gubernatorial nominee, said Thursday that his running mate's controversial
PPAF's web ads show an image of Cuccinelli popping up in places "where he doesn't belong," such as weddings and doctors' offices
The inspections noted by Quigley were performed last summer by the Virginia Department of Health to monitor the clinics' implementation
Supporters of the regulations, including Cuccinelli, Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell (R), and local anti-abortion groups, said
State Sen. Ralph Northam (D-Norfolk), the author of several bills to repeal the mandatory ultrasound law, said he was "suspicious
"Young women who are victims of rape, incest or abuse can face life-threatening situations should they reveal their pregnancies
Cuccinelli, an outspoken opponent of abortion rights, refused to certify the rules passed by the board, arguing that it had
The American Civil Liberties Union fired back on Tuesday that it's Cuccinelli who's exceeding his authority, and that he's
Remley's office declined to confirm or deny Ferguson's account of the interaction. Ferguson and other women's health advocates