CHARLESTON – When I became West Virginia Lieutenant Governor and Senate President, I vowed to make education a priority. To me, those weren’t just empty political words. I knew in order to move our state forward, we had to abandon the failed policies of the past, end the days of playing politics with our children’s education and commit to passing meaningful reform.
Our nation’s leaders are looking to modernize existing broadband infrastructure to help foster economic growth, as well as tap into emerging industries and markets. If our state cannot catch up to the rest of the nation, we once again look to be left behind.
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and a broad coalition urged the Federal Communications Commission to stand firm and encourage telecom companies to implement call blocking and call authentication solutions that would protect consumers from illegal robocalls and spoofing.
Now, Rannazzisi is helping private lawyers pin the blame squarely on manufacturers and distributors of opioids, as well as pharmacies. A post-DEA alliance with trial lawyers has been worth six figures for Rannazzisi, who has been hailed as a whistleblower by those cheering attempts to prosecute the opioid industry for the nation’s addiction crisis.
CHARLESTON — The American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia believes state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is on "the wrong side of history" for siding with an employer in a case filed by LGBTQ individuals, but Morrisey stresses he is fighting against judicial overreach.
CHARLESTON — Americans For Prosperity-West Virginia has launched a digital campaign today thanking U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and U.S. Rep. Alex Mooney (R-Charles Town) for opposing the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County man is suing his former employer alleging that he was retaliated against for filing a grievance against the CEO after she allegedly peered in on him while using the restroom.