WASHINGTON – Few individuals over the last century have impacted the American legal discourse as profoundly as the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
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WASHINGTON – Regulatory reform has been a widely discussed solution in Washington to cut bureaucratic red tape and boost our economy. After years of hard work and negotiations, the passage of the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act marks the first time in more than a quarter of a century that Congress has sent reform of a major environmental law to the president's desk.
WASHINGTON – West Virginia’s economy is facing difficult times.
WASHINGTON – The Senate is back in session after the August work period.
WASHINGTON – Kelly Surveying, a small business with offices throughout West Virginia, has been providing engineering, surveying and inspection services throughout West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania for 20 years.
WASHINGTON – With America’s economy still in the midst of challenging economic times, the last thing job creators need is more burdensome Environmental Protection Agency regulations to stifle growth and opportunity.
WASHINGTON – Last week, we surpassed the 100-day mark in the new Senate.
Editor's Note: This column is an excerpt from Capito's maiden speech as a United States Senator. It was delivered March 10.