Va. News: Airbnb Helps Norfolk Evacuees, Commonwealth's Attorney Can't Cut Pay

Oct 1, 2018

Virginia Public Access Project
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When Norfolk needed to make room for thousands of evacuees ahead of Hurricane Florence a city regulation threatened to slow down the process.  And when a Commonwealth's Attorney wanted to reduce his own salary he also found the law standing in his way.

Those have been among the most read stories over the past week at the Virginia Public Access Project's VA News link.

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This report, provided by Virginia Public Radio, was made possible with support from the Virginia Education Association

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