CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia lawmakers will be in Charleston beginning Monday morning for three days of interim committee meetings.
A Monday morning meeting will focus on student debt in the state’s colleges and universities. Another committee will meet Monday to discuss the results of a recent legislative audit concerning the state DHHR.
Meetings this week will also focus on the state highway system and a proposal about setting minimum amounts for auto insurance coverage.
Some of the committees will be wrapping up their study topics that began back in May. The 60-day regular session of the legislature begins Jan. 8.