Managed care aspect of proposal is raising concerns.
Board of Risk and Insurance Management says it needs to weigh potential costs.
Department of Commerce presents budget proposal.
Bill tying together a spectrum of education issues is expected within the next couple of weeks.
Fairmont State's president worries the bill would divert students from regional colleges to community college.
Chief justice says caseload has been relatively flat.
The concern is the 12,000 wells in West Virginia that have stopped producing at all.
Hardesty replaces Ojeda, who resigned to run for U.S. president.
Prezioso wonders if grants should be extended to regional colleges with associates degrees.
Managed care aspect of proposal draws questions from delegates.
Bill is passed out of the House Committee on Technology and Infrastructure.
Advocacy for improving roads maintenance continues at the Capitol.
That comes after sentencing for Loughry was delayed.
This time, purchases from Victoria's Secret are questioned.
Senate Bill 1 unanimously passes the Senate Education Committee.
Search is underway for a Senate replacement.
Representatives from northcentral West Virginia ask for more road money during public forum at state Capitol.
PEIA surcharge and unbudgeted pay raises result in unanticipated costs.
A separate judicial hearing on Loughry was also delayed.
Governor Justice's bill establishing an intermediate court is introduced.