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You can't hold back the tide, Mr. Morrisey!

By The West Virginia Record | Aug 25, 2015

Some of us are old enough to remember when major American cities had multiple daily newspapers, all with different owners and different perspectives.

Counting the days until the EPA’s war on coal can be stopped

By The West Virginia Record | Aug 18, 2015

It's more than 17 months away – more than 500 days, more than 12,000 hours – but it can't come soon enough.

Patrick Morrisey is keeping his promises

By The West Virginia Record | Aug 11, 2015

Promises, promises. That's pretty much all voters have to go on when a candidate runs for office the first time.  When seeking re-election, however, that same candidate has a record to run on. Voters can scrutinize that record and judge accordingly. Have the promises been kept, for instance? If not, why not?

The battle begins

By The West Virginia Record | Aug 4, 2015

Two months ago, having concluded that its authority extends only to promulgated rules and not to proposed ones, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia declined to conduct a review of the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan, as requested by Patrick Morrisey and 14 other state attorneys general.

Enjoy the Charleston Gazette-Mail while you can

By The West Virginia Record | Jul 21, 2015

There was a time when many major cities in America had as many as half a dozen newspapers: two or three morning papers, two or three afternoon papers, with multiple editions published throughout the day.

What's best for West Virginia?

By The West Virginia Record | Jul 15, 2015

Why do we let ourselves be pitted against each other?

“Navigable waters” means something

By The West Virginia Record | Jul 6, 2015

Question the precise meaning of a word or complain that a particular phrase is vague or ambiguous and someone – perhaps a politician – is likely to respond patronizingly, dismissing your concerns as quibbling, nitpicking, or paranoia.

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