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The General Assembly takes up Virginia’s next budget this week — and all eyes are likely to be focused on the State Senate, where the 20-20 party split means something has to give to ensure passage. So far, Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling has been able to cast tie-breaking votes, but when it comes to the budget, there must be a majority of Senators — at least 21 — voting yes.WFIR’s Evan Jones has the story.

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