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‘Legal reform’ means less protection for seniors, consumers

For more than 40 years, we have protected West Virginia citizens with the Consumer Credit & Protection Act. Now, for the first time since the 1970s, the Legislature is taking away some of those protections.

In recent weeks our community has been engaged in an important debate about how we as a community, and as taxpayers, fund the new facilities and services – schools, parks and EMS – that accompany population growth.

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The co-owner of Bloomery Plantation Distillery was celebrating Tuesday after Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin signed a law designed to update the state’s antiquated liquor laws.

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The first regular session of the 82nd Legislature, highlighted by the enactment of a host of civil justice and regulatory reforms laying an improved foundation for our economy and jobs, concluded at midnight Saturday, bringing to a close one of the most productive legislative sessions in recent West Virginia history.

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Jefferson County’s impact fee was and is arguably justified by the need to fund additional county infrastructure resulting from spiking residential growth rate in excess of the additional real estate tax assessments that such improvements bring.

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Jack is a tall, slender, gray-haired man who I’d guess to be in his late 70s.

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For a legislative session that was touted as being all about job creation and economic development, the true motto of the 2015 regular session could be, “Rollback, Repel, Regress.”

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12:41 a.m. U.S. 340, welfare check, contact made/no assistance needed

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There it sat at Mountaineer Auction in rural Kanawah County, a beautiful piece of craftsmanship and woodworking more than 8 feet tall, 6 feet long and weighing in at more than 600 pounds.

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With four days remaining in the 2015 legislative session, committees have been a beehive of activity as legislators make a push to get proposed legislation to the floor for final passage.

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