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Byline: Jeff E. Schapiro
Jun. 29--The restored state Capitol is full of leaks, but not the kind that make for front-page intrigues.
Workers have repaired water leaks in the governor's office on the third floor and the House speaker's office on the ground floor.
A Senate office is off-limits until it's dry. During downpours, water drips from the skylight that allows natural night into the 27,000-square-foot underground annex.
Richard F. Sliwoski, director of the Virginia Department of General Services, said the problems are the kind that would be expected after a major project like the $104.5 million facelift and expansion of the …