Tuesday Morning Rundown

Kayakers on Lake Thoreau

McAuliffe Wants Review Of Abortion Clinic Regulations — Virginia Gov. Terry McAullife (D) ordered the state’s Board of Health on Monday to review regulations that impose strict building codes on abortion clinics. While running for office, McAuliffe promised to undo the year-old regulations, which were put into place under Gov. Bob McDonnell (R). [Washington Post]

High Marks For FCPS? — Fairfax County Public Schools have released the results of its 2014 Working Conditions Survey. The system polled 13,000 employees. Remarks were pretty stable with 2012 numbers. [FCPS]

Celebrating 10 Years of Giving — The Giving Circle of HOPE will celebrate its 10th anniversary and honor 2013 Grantee Winners and its first ever Community Partner Award in a ceremony at Hidden Creek Country Club on Wednesday. [Giving Circle of HOPE]

DMV At RTC — Need to visit the DMV? DMV 2 Go will be making its monthly visit to Reston Town Center’s Pavilion Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visit the office on wheels to apply or renew ID card and driver’s license; get driving records, vehicle titles, license plates, decals, order disabled plates, and more.

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