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CHARLESTON – The state Republican Party chairwoman’s removal of the Wood County party official has resulted in a lawsuit. Rob Cornelius, chairman of the Wood County Republican Executive Committee, filed his complaint and petition for writ of mandamus Aug. 21 in Kanawha Circuit Court against Secretary of State Mac Warner and West Virginia Republican Party Chairwoman Melody Potter.
WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR'S OFFICE: Gov. Justice orders flags flown at half-staff on July 13, 2019 in commemoration of Jesse Guills, Jr.
Gov. Jim Justice ordered all United States and West Virginia flags displayed at the Capitol complex in Charleston and all state facilities throughout Greenbrier County be lowered to half-staff on Saturday, July 13, 2019 in commemoration of former West Virginia Senator Jesse Guills, Jr.
WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR'S OFFICE: Gov. Justice joins First Lady Melania Trump in West Virginia for roundtable discussion on opioid crisis
Gov. Jim Justice made a national television news appearance on the Fox News show, America's Newsroom, to discuss First Lady of the United States Melania Trump's visit to West Virignia at the Cabell-Huntington Health Department on Monday for a roundtable discussion on the drug crisis impacting the state and the entire region.
WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR'S OFFICE: Gov. Justice names former Rainelle Mayor Andrea Pendleton a Distinguished West Virginian
West VirgGov. Jim Justice named former Mayor Andrea “Andy” Pendleton, of Rainelle, a Distinguished West Virginian.
WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR'S OFFICE: Gov. Justice declared state holiday for state employees on Friday, July 5, 2019
Gov. Jim Justice has issued an executive order declaring that Friday, July 5, 2019 been an official holiday for all public employees of the state.
WEST VIRGINIA GOVERNOR'S OFFICE: Gov. Justice signs education bill, supplemental appropriation bills, and others, unlocking new opportunities for all West Virginians
Gov. Jim Justice signed a total of 23 bills that were passed during the recent special legislative session, all of which aim to provide better opportunities for West Virginians in various ways.
CHARLESTON – A chorus of Democratic lawmakers are urging Gov. Jim Justice to veto the recently passed House education bill. House Bill 206 passed the House of Delegates last week, and the state Senate approved it June 24 by an 18-16 vote. Justice has indicated he'll sign it.
CHARLESTON – West Virginia Republican leaders and Sen. Joe Manchin are applauding President Trump’s Affordable Clean Energy rule, saying it will benefit the state.