Virginia News Stand: April 9, 2009

As it turned out, veto session was somewhat eventful. Read all about it here, as that's pretty much what dominates the News Stand today. There's also a couple of pieces about T-Mac's money bags, but is that really new? News:

Kaine criticizes House GOP for spurning jobless benefits (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Virginia likely forfeits $125 million for unemployed (The Daily Press)

Va. lawmakers reject federal jobless help (Norfolk Virginian-Pilot)

Assembly Rejects $125 Million for Expanded Jobless Benefits (Washington Post)

Most of Kaine's vetoes upheld (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Legislators being work on gaming (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Legislators back Kaine on quicker crackdown on payday lendors (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Fairfax delegate says he's stepping down to run for A.G. (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Carlos Brown running for 69th House of Delegates District seat (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

McAuliffe, Moran report first-quarter fundraising (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

McAuliffe Reports Sizable Money Lead Over Moran (Washington Post)

Are Va. Republicans Making a Primary Error? (Washington Post)