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WASHINGTON — In his State of the Union speech, President Obama indicated his support for some type of federal law limiting lawsuits for medical malpractice.
CHARLESTON — Everyone will remember 2010 for being an eventful political year in West Virginia. Senator Byrd’s passing leaving major succession questions for both the U.S. Senate seat and ultimately for Governor.
CHARLESTON — Because the Framers of our State Constitution are no longer around to defend themselves I have decided to step up to the plate on their behalf and scream what I believe they would say today if still in our midst: “We are not stupid! We knew what we were doing! Read the damn Constitution!”
CHARLESTON — For all the talk about courts overstepping their bounds and legislating, West Virginia Supreme Court Justices are sounding like the last thing they want to do is get into the law making business these days.
CHARLESTON — I ran for the U.S. Senate to make a meaningful difference, to bring commonsense values to Washington and, above all else, to stand up for West Virginia families and our way of life.