It's always easier to pay lip service than to pay the piper. That's what we thought while watching Attorney General Darrell McGraw pander to little old ladies last week, feigning outrage over cuts in West Virginia's workers' compensation program.
Attorney General Darrell McGraw CHARLESTON – Some contributions to Attorney General Darrell McGraw's 2004 re-election campaign made by attorneys and family members at a Charleston law firm have raised questions about their legality on both a state and federal level.
Gov. Joe Manchin Recently, I met with students, educators and employers during a series of events marking Vocational Education Week in West Virginia and discussed the important role career and technical education plays in preparing a skilled, knowledgeable work force for businesses in today's marketplace.