On the Senate side, Hall commuted from his Winfield home and collected $1,034 in mileage reimbursements and $2,695 for other expenses throughout the regular and special sessions.
Deputy Senate Clerk Lee Cassis said Hall also attended a conference in Washington, D.C., during the session. He received $1,601 to cover expenses for the four-day trip.
Walters, who lives in Poca, represents a newly configured district that includes parts of both Kanawha and Putnam counties.
While complete payment information for the House was not available on Wednesday, the Senate Clerk's Office provided the Daily Mail with a complete list of member expenses.
In all, the state spent $275,340 on senators' expenses for the regular and special sessions.
Sen. John Unger, D-Berkeley, collected the most, at $11,900. Sen. Craig Blair, R-Berkeley, received the second-highest sum at $11,320.
Per diem payments made up most of that money - Unger collected $9,039 while Blair collected $9,170 - but those two senators' mileage costs also were among the highest in the Senate.
Unger was reimbursed $2,867 for his travels during the sessions. Blair received $2,150 in mileage. Both men claim Martinsburg as their hometown, a 600-mile round-trip drive from Charleston.
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