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Kaine Listens To VOICE

Congregation-based community organizing has made some fast, yet influential, friends for Virginians Organized for Interfaith Community Engagement. Last night, Virginia Governor Tim Kaine met with Virginia clergy and more than 1,000 VOICE members and discussed justice issues in the areas of housing, immigration and health care. The meeting was held at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria.

Kaine has met with VOICE representatives on multiple occasions since their first public meeting last fall. Read more about Kaine Listens To VOICE

Rattling State's Cash Jar

Governor commits to working toward expanding dental coverage to uninsured adults.

As Washington grapples with health-care reform, Willie Jackson is facing his own health-care crisis. He must choose between paying for a place to stay or scraping together enough money to fix his seven rotting teeth. It’s a choice that illustrates the difficult real-world decisions people without dental insurance face every day. Read more about Rattling State's Cash Jar

Kaine confronted with budget woes, health care hopes at rally

Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine, bombarded by horror stories of inadequate dental care and citizenship applications gone awry, could promise little to a 1,100-strong crowd at Alexandria's T.C. Williams High School. Read more about Kaine confronted with budget woes, health care hopes at rally

Delays in Muslims’ Cases Spur Interfaith Call to Action

Early one morning last June, fully two hours before his appointment, Mustafa Salih arrived at a federal office here in the Washington suburbs. He wore the new suit he had bought for the occasion. A friend, accompanying him, carried a camera to record the event. Mr. Salih had not slept the previous night. Read more about Delays in Muslims’ Cases Spur Interfaith Call to Action