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For teachers changes for transportation among pieces of the state budgets just to prove this week by Virginia lawmakers and set for final negotiations over the next two weeks this is for employees and teachers of up to four percent in the Senate budget led by Fairfax senator Janet how the house would give teachers raises two percent each year other state and some local government workers including state law enforcement and sheriff's would get bonuses are races prince William delegate look Tory and let the house budget work today I stand as a proud virgin the budgets clear the way for online sports betting in lottery sales in casinos increased cigarette taxes and call for better transit between Quantico Potomac mills fort Belvoir in Franconia Springfield northern Virginia schools could get more money a free community college programs advancing and Alexandria could get more state money in the future to help offset sewage outfall cleanup costs