Virginia Senator Barbara Favola in 2011, when she sat on the Arlington County Board.

Virginia Senator Barbara Favola in 2011, when she sat on the Arlington County Board.

House Republicans are hostile to helping fund Metro. Maryland lawmakers pass a major crime reform package. And Virginia’s governor wants to allow companies making lethal injection drugs to do so anonymously. Join us for our weekly review of the politics, policies, and personalities of the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.

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  • Arelis Hernández Reporter, The Washington Post
  • James Rosapepe Maryland State Senator, (D- Dist. 21, Prince George's / Anne Arundel County)
  • Barbara Favola Virginia Senate (31st District); Former Member, Arlington County Board (D)

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