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CHARLESTON — By now, readers of The West Virginia Record likely are numb to personal injury spokesman Michael Romano’s outrageous hyperbole. However, his continued misstatements call for a correction. Read More
CHARLESTON — Recently I had the privilege of awarding the Governor’s Commendation for International Market Entry to 49 West Virginia companies.
It’s not rocket science. If a city has bad schools, bad streets, high crime, and high taxes, people are going to move away. Read More
MORGANTOWN — State Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis has made current and aspiring officeholders of her own Democratic Party — and a few Republicans — breathe a little easier.
With a presidential election little more than a year away, polling season is upon us. Surveyors are swarming, trying to determine which issues are most important to eligible or likely voters, and which candidates voters are presently leaning toward.
CHARLESTON — In recent weeks, I had the opportunity to meet with hard working West Virginians who are growing our state’s private sector.
Mothers of big families often complain that as soon as they clean one room in the house, a kid comes along and messes it up again. By the time the last room’s clean, other rooms have been newly trashed and she has to start over. Read More
CLARKSBURG — We all hate “tit for tat,” but the recent article by Richie Heath, director of the so-called Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA), again demanding the state expand government by creating an intermediate court of appeals, begs a response.
When you hire Robert Peirce to represent you, you’ve got a lawyer for life. Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia businesses are working hard to compete on the world stage. Our abundant natural resources -– coal, timber, metals –- actually allow our Mountain State to realize an almost-unheard-of trade surplus.