With 7,000 West Virginia children in foster care, more and more grandparents are raising them.
House would still need to pass resolution, and many more states would have to get on board.
Property tax resolutions are introduced and immediately prompt debate.
The Students' Right to Know Act was passed on Tuesday afternoon by the Senate Education Committee and now goes to a floor vote.
AFT-WV says all candidates for governor were invited; Smith, Stollings and Salango participate.
'If we could do this, it would likely be the best thing I could hope to achieve in the Legislature.'
'My God, get something else to do. West Virginia, come on guys.'
Justice talks about call from Trump while filing re-election papers for the president and himself.
Berger says evidence that was withheld could have been obtained elsewhere, including through cross-examination.
Right-to-work law has been under court review since 2016.
Delegate receives hugs and applause while on path to recovery.ne
Budget presentation was first for court system since Legislature gained greater control.
Carmichael cast doubt on whether bill sponsored by majority leader and majority whip will run.
Blair was in serious traffic accident days before start of legislative session.
Case has been in the court system since right after Legislature passed law in 2016.
Upcoming outreach effort includes a series of events in areas hurt by 2016 flood.
Gov. Jim Justice's administration expects to have $309 million more for Medicaid spending than is anticipated to be necessary for the coming year.
Governor expresses relief, says investigation has been hard on his family and businesses.
Justice unveils several new spending proposals, most aimed at child health and welfare.
State officials estimate revenue decline of $108 million for the coming fiscal year.