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As long as he’s still hiring, Attorney General Darrell McGraw should sign up CSX Transportation to do some heavy earth moving. Read More
Gov. Joe Manchin
CHARLESTON — In the days following the Sago tragedy, Davitt McAteer, a native West Virginian and noted mine safety expert, volunteered to come to the forefront and help our state with our overall investigation and the process of improving safety in our mining industry.
Dear Editor: My name is Tod Burkett, and I am an environmentalist registered with the EPA, licensed government diesel mechanic and working on a project concerning air quality. Clean Skies is a presidential campaign funding $6 billion toward air quality. … Read More
No, Chief Deputy Attorney General Fran Hughes and West Virginia University Law Professor Kevin Outterson never have developed a life-saving drug. Read More
Dear Editor: I value my health. I also value my healthcare providers and the technologies they use to make sure that I’m cared for efficiently and effectively. That’s why I am so concerned about the threat of “net neutrality,” and … Read More
Dear Editor: I, as well as millions of others in this country, highly value my Internet freedom. In no way do I wish to be blocked from Web sites that I am entitled to visit or be stuck with the … Read More
CHARLESTON — Recently, my wife, First Lady Gayle Manchin, joined the West Virginia Commission for National and Community Service to formally recognize some of the Mountain State’s outstanding volunteers for their efforts to enrich West Virginia’s families and communities with the presentation of the 2006 Governor’s Service Awards.
Dear Editor, In response to The West Virginia Record’s July 10, 2006 article “WV Native now Florida’s Chief Justice.” R. Fred Lewis from Beckley, W.Va., was sworn in June 30 as Chief Justice of Florida’s Supreme Court and he invited … Read More
CHARLESTON — No one likes paying taxes, but if you especially don’t like paying taxes for things of no value to you, take a good look at the West Virginia Supreme Court’s Morris decision handed down last week.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Record’s editorial in the June 26 edition showed concern that lawyers sometimes run ads that you or your readers consider tasteless or unprofessional.