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CHARLESTON – In the midst of her ex-husband staging one on the legal front, Lidella Wilson Hrutkay is mounting a political comeback.
CHARLESTON – Some state judges might be receiving pay increases because of proposed legislation that would reduce the pension payments the judges have to currently make to the Judges’ Retirement System. The bill is pending before the Senate Finance Committee … Read More
House Speaker Rick Thompson presents the resolution to J.R. Clifford descendent Harry Stewart. From left are Delegate Charlene Marshall, Tom Rodd, Harry Stewart and Delegate Meshea Poore. (Photo courtesy of the House of Delegates)
CHARLESTON – The West Virginia House of Delegates enacted a resolution honoring West Virginia’s first African American lawyer and pioneer civil rights activist, John Robert “J.R.” Clifford, on Feb. 15.
CHARLESTON – The state Chamber of Commerce is behind state Sen. Karen Facemyer’s proposal to make West Virginia a right-to-work state.