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Short takes: How to lobby, D.C.’s failed gun control, Impeachment, ‘cheap’ power

Four legislators gave a lobbying group the look from the inside out at the Legislature. State Sens. Ron Stollings, D-Boone, and Bob Plymale, D-Wayne, and Delegates Nancy Guthrie, D-Kanawha, and J.B. McCuskey, R-Kanawha, spoke to the Our Children, Our...

Short takes: How to lobby, D.C.’s failed gun control, Impeachment, ‘cheap’ power

Four legislators gave a lobbying group the look from the inside out at the Legislature. State Sens. Ron Stollings, D-Boone, and Bob Plymale, D-Wayne, and Delegates Nancy Guthrie, D-Kanawha, and J.B. McCuskey, R-Kanawha, spoke to the Our Children, Our...

Editorial: Tomblin smartly refuses to pull an Obama move

Storage tank law needs repair, but lawmakers must fix it

Editorial: Throwing more money at it will not fix the VA

Firing incompetent officials will help end the indifference

Editorial: Capito scores big on the EPA

Capito: “The rule threatens West Virginia’s economic survival”

Editorial: NCAA rules make Obamacare look easy

Cluster of silly rules govern everything but common sense

Editorial: Loosening government’s grip on gay marriage

As Dick Cheney said: “Freedom means freedom for everyone”

Editorial: States need long-term funding plan for highways

Periodic stop-gap spending doesn’t provide continuity that states need

Editorial: Beware the next big progressive agenda

Not content to limit coal use here, next they’ll try to restrict exports

Editorial: Get rid of the laws that make no sense

Legislators need to fix election laws that cannot be enforced

Editorial: Let justice run its course in prosecutor mess

Commission’s patience running out but due process shouldn’t

Editorial: Privatizing workers’ comp worked

Competition has cut the basic costs in half, helping attract jobs

Editorial: Short takes on Frank Veltri, Code Pink, teacher pay and pipelines
Editorial: Short takes on Frank Veltri, Code Pink, teacher pay and pipelines

THE 4-2 vote by the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority to negotiate with KM Hotels of Henrico, Va., to develop property in the 1000 block of Quarrier Street is good news that is long overdue.

The parcel had been the Holley Hotel, a ramshackle...

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