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CHARLESTON — The business community is maddening. That’s how I felt after reading Hoppy Kercheval’s commentary at the end of last week about the Attorney General’s race next year.
By ROBIN JEAN DAVIS CHARLESTON — The new millennium has brought significant changes to West Virginia family law, including a shift from court awards of “custody” and “visitation” to a presumption of shared decision-making authority for parents, and a departure … Read More
CHARLESTON — As the governor of the second-largest coal producing state in our nation, and as chair of the regional interstate compact Southern States Energy Board (SSEB), I would like to offer some insight into the importance of greening of coal for a bright future in America.
When it doesn’t fit their world view, cause and effect can play tricks on the minds of self-absorbed politicians.
Lately, we have seen in the news the brave Pakistani lawyers protesting the sacking of their Supreme Court and the marshal law placed upon them. We have also seen protesters shot in Caracas, Venezuela when protesting against their president’s attempt at a power grab to become its next dictator.
CHARLESTON — So let’s get this straight: 37,000 retired West Virginia public employees suddenly face new co-pays, out-of-pocket expenses or have discovered that their doctors no longer accept new coverage under the state’s PEIA plan.