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Secretary of State cautions residents about charity solicitations during water crisis
Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant Friday warned West Virginians who are solicited to donate to charities during the state’s water emergency to make sure the organization is registered.
Fayette delegate will introduce legislation for $1.2 billion road bond
The country roads that take us home are deteriorating at a rapid rate, costing drivers nearly $333 a year in extra vehicle costs and depreciation and, in some cases, costing them their lives.
A new study shows West Virginia has the second highest road death rate in the U.S.
Delegate Margaret Staggers, D-Fayette, announced Thursday that she will introduce legislation to have a $1.2 billion road bond issue placed on the 2014 ballot.
“The people of West Virginia will decide whether they want good roads or not,” Staggers said. The state’s economy will not move without good roads, the delegate said, pointing out that economic development has followed the state’s Interstate system.
Legislature health committee will not recommend medical marijuana bill
The Joint Committee on Health will not recommend a bill to legalize medical marijuana, but will offer legislation that outlines for Good Samaritan policies which will provide amnesty for those seeking medical care in cases of drug overdose.
W.Va. House leaders plan to focus on good government
The House of Delegates leadership plans to focus on government accountability and integrity during the 2014 legislative session.
- Portions of W.Va. could see coldest temps since 1996
- Heating bill aid available for low-income
- No injuries after plane crashes, hits truck
- Former auditor sues WVU over firing
- Berkeley helps struggling McDowell town
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