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Thanks to a four-decade career in state politics and government, including stints as an aide for U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D), a run for U.S. Congress, six years as a Kanawha Circuit Court judge and a dozen more as the first and only woman to serve on the State Supreme Court, West Virginia knows Margaret Workman. Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s identity crisis has been solved. No more need for all the “Open for Business,” “Wild, Wonderful,” “Almost Heaven” schizophrenia.
We live today in the age of the “information highway,” a phrase which just a few short years ago would have been greeted with a blank stare from most individuals.
Attorney General Darrell McGraw is on double-secret probation. Read More
CHARLESTON — The basketball court isn’t the only place to witness March Madness this year.
In a recent article critical of three 2007 verdicts, The West Virginia Record failed to present a balanced analysis of these cases and our state’s court system. Read More
Looking for answers, some of us search the Internet or seek personal counsel.
$404 million in Roane County against Columbia Natural Resources. Read More
MORGANTOWN — West Virginia in the 21st century is certain to be a far different place than it was in the last century.
CHARLESTON — As chairman of the Natural Resources Committee for the National Governors Association (NGA), I recently had the opportunity to review a proposal to make this year’s NGA platform “A Clean Energy Future.”