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Lawsuit abuse and its repercussions got real this week as Chesapeake Energy suddenly tubed plans to expand in West Virginia. Read More
Happy days are here again for the West Virginia personal injury bar. Menis Ketchum’s “In a wreck? Get a check!” TV ads can now include his Supreme Court nominee pedigree.
Attention underachieving West Virginia University graduates: Charleston lawyers Greg Chiartas and Bruce Freeman want you. Read More
CHARLESTON — With the canvassing almost complete and the results just about final, it is my pleasure to look back on the May 13 primary and commend everyone connected with the election on a job well done.
Democrat primary voters have spoken. West Virginia State Supreme Court Justice Spike Maynard won’t return to the bench next year. Read More
Some quick thoughts after Tuesday’s primary election: Read More
Dear Editor, When it comes to hiring a college administrator there is great national debate about hiring an administrator from academia or someone outside the educational community. West Virginia University has chosen to hire its last two presidents from outside … Read More
University professors have little day-to-day supervision. They answer mostly to their students. Read More
We’re barely into campaign season and Darrell McGraw already has played the Hitler card. Read More
It has long been known that older Americans vote in higher numbers than their younger counterparts. Whether this is due to an increased sense of duty, or the fact that governmental decisions increasingly affect older Americans (Social Security, Medicare, long term care issues), it is a trend not likely to change anytime soon.