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Virginia's new 3.5% wholesales sales tax on motor vehicle fuels is set to increase to 5.1% on Jan.1, not because Congress failed to raise the two-decades-old federal gas tax but for something entirely unrelated to transportation: online sales taxes.
Dec 1, 2014   The Washington Post
Three of the top 10 fastest growing county's in the country lie in the Virginia exurbs surrounding Washington, D.C.
Mar 21, 2006   The Washington Post
Although the future Washington Nationals' stadium successfully breaks from the retro design trend in stadium architecture, it ultimately disappoints, according to critic Benjamin Forgey.
Mar 16, 2006   The Washington Post
Washington Post columnist Roger K. Lewis argues that antiquated zoning laws, often written by lawyers instead of planners or designers, need an extensive makeover.
Mar 8, 2006   The Washington Post
A case before the Supreme Court which tests the limits of Federal control under the Clean Water Act could have a major impact on development around the country.
Feb 22, 2006   The Washington Post
Eighty-five evangelical Christian leaders urge religious conservatives to combat global warming.
Feb 9, 2006   The Washington Post
The number of people living in dense, large buildings in the edge-city of Tysons Corner in Fairfax County, Virginia, will apparently be less than developers planned for.
Feb 9, 2006   The Washington Post
After decades of decrepit school conditions, activists respond to new, multi-million dollar baseball stadium funding to ask: if baseball gets millions, why can't schools? The measure could lead to $1 billion over 10 years.
Feb 7, 2006   The Washington Post
Researchers around the world debate when it will be too late to reverse the impact of global warming.
Feb 2, 2006   The Washington Post
John Schindel lives in Stafford County, Virginia, a far-out exurb of Washington, D.C. Because of previous legal problems, he has no driving privileges. How does he get to and from his varied places of employment?
Jan 31, 2006   The Washington Post
Despite early promises to support a swift recovery after Hurricane Katrina, slow Federal cleanup of debris and inadequate provision of suitable housing for evacuees are slowing rebuilding efforts.
Jan 30, 2006   The Washington Post