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CHARLESTON — West Virginia would hold both its special primary and gubernatorial elections earlier under a bill passed by the House Judiciary Committee on Monday.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Senate Judiciary Chairman Corey Palumbo says rumors of a possible lawsuit over recent Senate rules changes continue to fill the halls of the Legislature.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Chamber of Commerce has joined the chorus of officials and groups that endorse a primary election for governor this spring.
CHARLESTON – Besides the looming legislation regarding the special gubernatorial election, the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee seems a relatively calm session ahead.