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CHARLESTON — Quick. Name any of the candidates for the West Virginia Supreme Court this year. For that matter, name just one of the five members of the state Supreme Court. Couldn’t do it? You’re not alone. Read More
CHARLESTON — Methamphetamine is a growing problem in West Virginia and is wrecking lives and adding to health care costs.
CHARLESTON — As the conclusion of the 2012 legislative session draws closer, West Virginians are getting a clearer picture of what’s likely to take place. And while this year’s session started with a decidedly “pro-jobs” theme — aimed at taking advantage of the state’s strong natural gas prospects — the legislature’s “pro-jobs” momentum seems to have tailed off as of late. Read More
FAIRFAX, Va. — As the debate continues about health care reform one of the topics that is discussed is “tort reform.” Republicans argue for it and even the President, in a recent address, suggested that aspects of tort reform were “on the table” in order to fight the “high cost of medicine.” Proponents of tort reform argue for a limited right to sue a wrongdoer, either by imposing additional procedural roadblocks (expert certification before suit, for example) or by creating artificial limits to monetary recovery. Read More
CHARLESTON — While a lot has been made about the amount of third party spending in West Virginia judicial elections, not much coverage has been devoted to the amount of money actually spent by judicial candidates in recent elections for West Virginia’s high court.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia stands out as a family-friendly, adventure-driven, yet relaxing place to be, in any season. Our restaurants, hotels and motels, bed and breakfasts, and all the aspects that make West Virginia unique continually strengthen the tourism, hospitality and travel industries.