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New House Committee to Cultivate Small Business Growth 11-20-2013 10:17
House Speaker Tim Miley and his leadership team are forming a Small Business, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Development work group with the intent of it becoming a standing committee focusing on those issues when the regular legislative session begins Jan. 8.
2013 Budget Bill and Monongalia County TIF Bill Passage 04-22-2013 08:05
The West Virginia Legislature passed House Bill 2014, the Budget Bill, in just three days of an extended session.
Senate Completes Senate Bill 105 and Adjourns Sine Die 04-18-2013 10:03
Today the Senate completed Senate Bill 105,which would allow rule making authority relating to administration, collection and enforcement of local sales, use and excise taxes by the Tax Commissioner.
House Adjourns 1st Extraordinary Session Sine Die 04-18-2013 09:47
The House convened today to consider and pass three bills and adjourn the 1st Extraordinary Session.
The Legislature convened this evening for the 2013 First Extraordinary Session to complete legislation on two bills.
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Randolph, Braxton, and McDowell Counties Can Now “Skip the Trip!” 10-30-2014 10:02
Recent upgrades to online tax records now make it possible for DMV customers in Randolph, Braxton, and McDowell counties to renew their vehicle registrations online
Special lodging rates at West Virginia State Parks recognize veterans Nov. 1-16, 2014 10-30-2014 09:41
Special golf play discount at Pipestem and Twin Falls state parks Nov. 11
A cornucopia of November activities leads to the Thanksgiving holidays at West Virginia’s state parks.
Detour at Bluestone State Park entrance Nov. 3 – Dec. 10 during bridge construction 10-28-2014 09:54
The entrance to Bluestone State Park will be temporarily closed Nov. 3 - Dec. 10, 2014, as part of the new Lilly Bridge construction crossing Bluestone Lake near the entrance of the park.
West Virginia’s Division of Natural Resources Monday announced that it will partner with the State Rail Authority to improve and streamline operations at Pocahontas County’s historic Cass Scenic Railroad State Park
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Grant to help expand W.Va. court program for vets 10-30-2014 03:07
The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia is getting a federal grant to expand Putnam County's Veterans Treatment Court. Officials say the $50,000 federal planning grant will allow the court to expand into a Mental Health and Veterans Treatment Court.
W.Va. gets $9.7 million grant to curb gun violence 10-29-2014 15:42
The West Virginia Department of Education is getting a grant to curb gun violence by connecting families, schools and communities to mental health services. The agency is set to receive the $9.7 million from Project AWARE.
Parole denied again in 1989 W.Va. deputy slaying 10-28-2014 16:01
A man convicted of killing a Putnam County sheriff's deputy in 1989 will remain behind bars for at least three more years. Media outlets report that the West Virginia Parole Board on Monday denied parole for Robert Gray following a hearing at Huttonsville Correctional Center.
W.Va. delegate spends campaign cash on champion steer 10-28-2014 07:47
A member of West Virginia's House of Delegates used money from his campaign account to support the Mason County 4-H club in a unique manner: He bought a champion steer. West Virginia Delegates Jim Butler and Scott Cadle combined to bid $5 a pound on the steer, the 1,335-pound George VI, at the Mason County Fair in August.
Election can be start of change in West Virginia 10-28-2014 00:09
According to Wikipedia, the Democratic Party began its dominance and control of West Virginia in 1932. That's 82 years of Democrat control.
Former Arizona lawmaker David Burnell Smith dies 10-27-2014 16:35
House Speaker Andy Tobin said Monday his staff received confirmation that Smith died Friday of what he called natural causes. Smith stepped down in 2006 after courts upheld a removal order from the state's Citizens Clean Elections Commission for violating campaign spending laws.
Secretary of State Press Releases
Early Voting begins October 22 in West Virginia; Early Voting period includes two Saturdays 10-21-2014 05:46
Tens of thousands of people are expected to take advantage of the Early Voting period in the 2014 General Election, which begins Wednesday, October 22 and continues until Saturday, November 1.
Secretary Tennant Issues Statement On Passing of Oce Smith 10-14-2014 10:53
Secretary Tennant issued the following statement regarding the passing of Oce Smith, the long-time West Virginia House of Delegates Sergeant-At-Arms.
Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant is reminding West Virginians who want to cast a ballot in the 2014 General Election that the final day for new voters to register or to update a voter registration is October 14.
West Virginians can enter their name, the name of the veteran they are honoring, upload a picture, and share a brief story about the veteran. The tributes of other West Virginians can also be read on the Vote in Honor of a Veteran page.
Former Secretary of State, Congressman Ken Hechler Turns 100 Years Old September 20 09-19-2014 12:49
Hechler was elected to the United States House of Representatives in 1958 and served until 1977. In 1984 Hechler was elected West Virginia Secretary of State and served until 2001.
Secretary of State’s Office Kicks Off Statewide Educational Tour on Constitution Day 09-17-2014 11:30
The National Student/Parent Mock Election president says the event has helped introduce more than 50 million children, teens and adults to democracy since 1980.
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Local Judicial Corruption In WV Social Security Office Could Topple National SSA Commissioner
West Virginia News 02-21-2013
Problems Within The Social Security Administration Are Mounting... by Jack SwintWhat began back in late 2010 as a regional SSA scandal alleging fraud and 'case-fixing' of disability appeal claims with the Office of Disability Adjudication Review (ODAR) office in Huntington WV, now has federal authorities and US Senators focusing their...Read more...
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