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CHARLESTON — I recently traveled to the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration’s Mine Safety Academy in Beckley to visit with state and federal mine safety inspectors and rescue teams, and to look at the state’s new mine rescue stations.
He may make some of the rules in West Virginia. But Darrell McGraw’s demands don’t take precedence over the U.S. Constitution. Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginians want to define marriage for themselves. They do not want their government to set a policy -– and they especially do not want courts to impose a system -– that knowingly deprives children of a mom or a dad.
How’s Darrell McGraw’s consumer protection working out for you, West Virginia? Read More
CHARLESTON — When former Chief Justice Robin Jean Davis appointed two new circuit court judges to the Mass Litigation Panel and named a new chairman in July 2007, the Supreme Court also charged the panel with drafting mass litigation rules.
This week, the Charleston Gazette endorsed state Attorney General Darrell McGraw for re-election. Read More
CHARLESTON — In his campaign for the West Virginia Supreme Court, about all that most voters could well know about Menis Ketchum is that his last name is similar to that of the red-colored sauce served with your burger and fries.
DuPont will have its day in West Virginia’s highest court. Read More
CHARLESTON — Attorney General Darrell McGraw has given us 16 years of unparalleled public service protecting the citizens of West Virginia by providing consumer education and when necessary, fighting the unscrupulous businesses that attempt to prey on senior citizens, consumers and other businesses in the state.
Dear Editor: I was encouraged to read in your Aug. 25 edition that Beth Walker is the only candidate endorsed by the National Rifle Association and the West Virginia Family Foundation. I am writing to encourage your readers to learn … Read More