Brad McElhinny

Today April 24, 2017

Commercial activities tax is a ‘nonstarter’ on budget, Carmichael says

Governor Justice says gross receipts tax is a way to bring business to the table.

Yesterday April 23, 2017

West Virginia veterans invited to embrace their agricultural interests

Urban Agriculture Conference establishes first-time veterans track.

Friday April 21, 2017

2nd suspect charged in Fayette County home invasion slaying

Suspect had already been jailed on unrelated charges.

Justice administration concerned about paying bills if shutdown results

House leaders say governor won't come off tax increase proposals.

Thursday April 20, 2017

Armstead on Justice budget proposal: nope

House Speaker objects to tax increases.

Wednesday April 19, 2017

Democrats say Justice budget compromise explanation is well-received

Miley says it was good to hear possible compromise explanation in governor's own words.

Governor Justice signs medical marijuana bill

Bill took unexpected journey toward passage.

Simplicity may be best budget remedy, Senate Finance chairman says

But Hall says there's not much support for his path forward yet.

Tuesday April 18, 2017

Rock falling between roof bolts caused miner’s death, federal agency concludes

Accident happened in February and man died of injuries in April.

Justice names two new state school board members

Debra Sullivan of Charleston and Joe Wallace of Elkins named to board.

Monday April 17, 2017

Nuts and bolts of the possible Justice/Senate budget compromise

Bill combines elements of Justice's revenue proposals with the Senate's income tax reform.

Sunday April 9, 2017

Justice and Carmichael felt close to a deal; House felt bushwhacked

House and Senate had been working on their own compromise.

The Legislature passed a budget, but what’s in it anyway?

Budget seems destined for a veto, all sides agree.

Intern rises and roasts legislators

Marshall student pokes fun at lawmakers on final day of session.

Second Chance Act was down to its final minutes

Bill offers non-violent offenders ability to pursue expunged records.

Saturday April 8, 2017

Justice says budget agreement is close; House says it knows nothing of this

House and Senate pass own budget plan that relies on Rainy Day Fund.

Broadband bill moves on to the governor

House concurs with Senate changes.

Senate passes parental notification bill with changes; House concurs

Senate committee amended out compromise language from what was passed by House.

Governor Justice vetoes greyhounds bill

"We can't turn our backs on dog racing," governor says.

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