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One thing you can say about State Attorney General Darrell McGraw: He’s persistent.
WASHINGTON — A proposed multi-billion-dollar pharmacy industry merger currently before the Federal Trade Commission may eliminate competition in the market, reduce consumers’ choice and access to quality pharmacy care, and drive up the cost of health care.
Dear Editor: As the 2012 primary election draws near, I pledge the support of the Republican Party to each and every Republican who is nominated on May 8. We are excited about our statewide ticket and are excited to support … Read More
Dear Editor: Your editorial that J-O-B-S spells relief for West Virginia is right on target. Yes, that relief comes from leaders at our state Capitol a la tax reform, fair regulations and a balanced legal system. But that relief also … Read More
Remember the old Rolaids TV commercials from the 1970s? “How do you spell relief?” an off-screen announcer would ask, to which actors posing as satisfied customers would dutifully respond: “R-O-L-A-I-D-S.”
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — From saltpeter to limestone, and bituminous coal to natural gas, West Virginia has long prospered from its abundant natural resources.
CHARLESTON — Here in West Virginia, we have some of the hilliest terrain in the country, making a 30-mile driving trip take 60 minutes.
Sometimes, going straight to the top makes sense. Sometimes, it doesn’t.
Dear Editor: I have owned and operated a business in Charleston for several years. I am very pleased with the service and protection provided to my business and my family by Charleston’s fire department. That is why I am so … Read More
WASHINGTON — I’ve traded Tweets with Ted Frank — of the Manhattan Institute and a leading critic of civil litigation — about his position on H.R. 5, the bill mandating limits on awards in medical malpractice lawsuits. Read More
When you’re playing poker, it would be nice to know exactly how much money the other players have ready access to and are willing to risk.
CHARLESTON — Since I became governor, my top priority has been creating good-paying jobs for West Virginians.
Life is fatal. Not one of us will get out alive. All things being equal, however, most of us prefer long lives to short ones and naturally associate longevity with healthy living.