There's a lot of variety in today's News Stand, everything from the early success of the Choose Life license plates, to Governor Tim Kaine's continued problems (miss forecast budget revenues, Northrup Grumman/VITA, etc.), to Republican Attorney General candidate Senator Ken Cuccinelli's call for a special session to remedy evidence rules because of a recent Supreme Court ruling; and all from a variety of sources. We'll have more elaborate comments tomorrow. News:

'Choose Life' plates sent to motorists in Va. (Washington Times)

DMV gets nearly 600 applications for new 'Choose Life' plate (Norfolk Virginian-Pilot

Governor Hopefuls Veer Off The Trail (Washington Post)

Kaine to break record with budget cuts (Washington Times)

$2.2 Billion State Computer Contract Upgraded to Election-Year Headache (Washington Post)

AG candidate demands change in evidence law (Washington Times)

Cuccinelli calls for special assembly session on court ruling (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

Parties, Candidates Make The Call (Harrisonburg Daily News-Record)

Project seeks health care stories (Roanoke Times)