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Taxpayer-funded arrogance sometimes knows no boundaries. So it’s about time that West Virginia checks-and-balances started erecting some around our state’s runaway Attorney General’s office. Read More
The public should watch closely the process in the state capital for replacing retiring Judge George W. Hill on the 4th Circuit Court bench in Wood and Wirt counties.
It’s always easier to pay lip service than to pay the piper. That’s what we thought while watching Attorney General Darrell McGraw pander to little old ladies last week, feigning outrage over cuts in West Virginia’s workers’ compensation program.
Gov. Joe Manchin
Recently, I met with students, educators and employers during a series of events marking Vocational Education Week in West Virginia and discussed the important role career and technical education plays in preparing a skilled, knowledgeable work force for businesses in today’s marketplace.
In the tragic tale that is America’s affair with the fire-retarding mineral asbestos, Dr. Ray Harron of Bridgeport is one of the most villainous villains. Read More
It’s encouraging that West Virginia legislators are giving Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s budget the scrutiny it deserves. But we hope they also play close attention to the money he’s spending out of sight. Read More
To the editor: This letter is in response to an article by Steve Korris in the Jan. 2, 2006, edition of The West Virginia Record, regarding the Attorney General’s office retaining legal fees which it earned as a result of … Read More
To the editor: I am writing about the recent review of the book, Asbestos and Fire. I noticed the article in December announcing your publication which included the admission that your financing came in part from the Chamber of Commerce. … Read More