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Citations for Wednesday night's show

Virginia looks more like 2012 than 2009

In Richmond, Gov.-elect McAuliffe announces bipartisan transition team

2013 Virginia Election Results

Approval of Affordable Care Act Inches Up

Q: Overall, do you support or oppose the federal law making changes to the health care system?

Public Registers Bumpy Launch of Health Care Exchange Websites

Interest in Obamacare rises despite website problems: Reuters/Ipsos poll

Who's Obamacare helping? Meet 3 Kentucky examples

Few Mainers sign up for insurance in person, but interest is high

Oregon cuts tally of people lacking health insurance by 10 percent in two weeks

Obamacare opens for business Tuesday; 450,000 Oklahomans to be eligible for health care coverage

1.3 million in Tennessee region eligible for Obamacare subsidies

robford - ‏@robford - My Twitter is blowing up... the mayor of Toronto must be up to some shenanigans again.

Rob Ford (England) - ‏@robfordmancs - Really hope this other Rob Ford goes away soon. Tired of annoyed Canadians accosting me on twitter with Q's about crack pipes.

Vice President Biden congratulates the wrong Marty Walsh

New poll shows Cuccinelli struggles with gender gap in governor’s race

'Enormous' gender gap costs Cuccinelli

Scott Walker to New York Meeting

Barack Obama strategists sign on to Mary Burke campaign

Dollar Bills Dumped in Senate Building, 3 Arrested

How Dr. Bronner's Got All Lathered Up About GMOs

I-522: New poll shows big swing in voters’ view of GMO labeling

Foes of food-labeling Initiative 522 set funding record

Initiative to the Legislature 522 Concerns labeling of genetically-engineered foods

California Business Roundtable and Pepperdine University; August 16, 2012

Editorial | Sen. Rand Paul-agiarism

Though Defiant, Senator Accused of Plagiarism Admits Errors

Rand Paul Fights the Press

Rand Paul meets with Rupert Murdoch, Roger Ailes

Rand Paul making changes to avoid charges of plagiarism

Rand Paul Suggests Plagiarism Fell Through The Cracks Due To Heavy Workload