Health care bill would leave 22 million more people uninsured; Arlington home prices have mostly recovered since recession

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Tuesday, June 27.

The Congressional Budget Office released its analysis of the Senate Republicans’ health care bill and found it would leave 22 million more Americans uninsured by 2026 and reduce federal spending by $321 billion.
(The Washington Post)

A new report shows that home prices in most neighborhoods in Arlington County have recovered since the onset of the recession in 2008.

The White House released a statement saying Syria might be preparing another chemical attack.
(ABC 7 News)

A survey shows D.C. as the city with the most unused vacation time.
(The Washington Post)

A Clockwork Orange will show at Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse Wednesday, and Spaceballs will play at Arlington Mill Community Center’s outdoor movie series on Thursday.

The 18th-century ship that was discovered buried along the Potomac River in Alexandria in 2016 has been transported to Texas A&M University’s Conservation Research Lab. Archaeologists believe the conservation process will take five to six years before it can return to Northern Virginia for continued preservation.