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West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Larry Starcher is no bigot. But he is prejudiced. Read More
I usually take criticism, even if sometimes unfair, as just part of what comes with being in public life. But Vic Sprouse’s personal attack on me published last week in your newspaper merits response, if for no other reason than its sheer factual inaccuracy.
By ROBIN JEAN DAVIS CHARLESTON — Earlier this year, the Supreme Court celebrated the 10-year anniversary of our Web site, www.state.wv.us/wvsca. The site was launched in March 1997 with six links on the homepage. The current Web site has 253,000 … Read More
By Vic Sprouse One of my Dad’s favorite comments was always, “You need that like you need another hole in your head.” I hate picking on former opponents, but I had to shake my head at former Supreme Court Justice … Read More
OxyContin was once the most prescribed drug in West Virginia. Read More
It may be hard to believe as much from the antics you read about regularly on these pages, but everybody doesn’t have what it takes to be a lawyer in West Virginia. Read More
CHARLESTON — Small businesses are the backbone of West Virginia’s economy. In fact, 97 percent of Mountain State companies are small businesses. They employ more than 300,000 West Virginians.
CHARLESTON — The recent Kanawha County table games referendum resulted in some highly publicized problems involving the use of paper ballots, sparking some lively discussions about the advisability of using such ballots and how this type of ballot should be counted.
McDonald’s filed its motion to dismiss the world famous Morgantown “McCheese” lawsuit this week, but one highly relevant item didn’t make it into our news account. Read More