FBI considered moving to Prince George's, court papers reveal; Virginia nonviolent felons left in limbo on restoration of civil rights
FBI considered moving headquarters to Prince George's, court papers reveal The Washington Post
Court filings in a lawsuit over stalled plans to build a mixed-used development in Greenbelt reveal that the FBI might at one time have considered moving to Prince George's County.
Virginia nonviolent felons remain in limbo on restoration of civil rights The Washington Post
More than 200 nonviolent felons received a notice from the secretary of the commonwealth requiring that they write a letter explaining why their civil rights should be restored to the governor by April 1. In mid-April, McDonnell spokesman Tucker Martin told The Washington Post that the notices had been sent in error, but applicants said last week they had not been told that they were a mistake.
By Jennifer Jenkins |
May 17, 2010; 6:06 PM ET
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