Gov. Terry McAuliffe shuts down books bill

Until Monday, any schoolbook with any “explicit” scene was in danger of being labeled as containing concerning content. This label could’ve allowed parents to pass judgement on a book without reading it. But never fear: DP reports Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoed the bill, which came about because a parent was concerned about the subject matter in Toni Morrison’s Pulitzer-prize-winning “Beloved.”