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CHARLESTON — I ran into Shelley Moore Capito at Kroger and it made me finally sit down and write this article. I’ve been meaning to write it since the end of the election.
CHARLESTON — The much anticipated premiere of “We Are Marshall” is exciting for West Virginia.
NEW YORK — In recent years, the courts of West Virginia have been a favorite target of the self-labeled tort “reform” movement.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia court system took a big step this summer toward implementing a long-anticipated unification of our computer case management system.
We’ll save Sen. Dan Foster and the Charleston Gazette editorial board the suspense. Read More
CHARLESTON — The prescription drug issue is a perfect example of government spinning its wheels while private sector decisions actually make headway into a serious problem in our society.
Dear Editor: Personal injury lawyer Harry Deitzler commented in these pages about WV Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse’s status as a legal watchdog group. Indeed, consider what West Virginians might not be aware of if WV CALA were not a watchdog … Read More
West Virginia Democratic Party Chief Nick Casey couldn’t help but gloat Wednesday. Election night couldn’t have gone better, and his victories stuck it straight to a certain special someone. Read More
CHARLESTON — It’s not business as usual at the West Virginia Supreme Court anymore.
CHARLESTON — Several months ago, I asked the West Virginia Department of Revenue to embark on an exhaustive study of our tax system looking at how we could not only modernize our current system, but also give our taxpayers some relief -– so that we could continue to make our state more attractive to both businesses and citizens alike.
Dear Editor: Since when is CALA a state “legal watchdog group?” It is a corporate protection organization, funded by owners of companies who don’t want to pay a fair wage to their workers or be responsible for problems which arise … Read More
Dear Editor: I’m appalled at Don Blankenship’s efforts to use his fortune to influence the election of our Legislature. He says he’s worried about drunk drivers but it didn’t worry him to allow illegal, grossly overweight coal trucks to leave … Read More
Dear Editor: How about some balanced reporting on political contributions by a so called “few lawyers” versus the “massive” support by one Don Blankenship to oust a few Democrats? It looks like one out-of-state Virginia political corporate hack gave more … Read More
The American Bar Association says to have “judicial temperament… implies an absence of arrogance, impatience, pomposity, loquacity, irascibility, arbitrariness or tyranny.” Read More