Special session continues Monday.
State agencies were asked to turn over information about state vehicles being used for commuting.
The Legislative Auditor is also looking into additional matters related to the recent IRS audit and plans to report on them during June legislative interim meetings.
There are several more items on the special session call.
Springfield, Marlinton, Moorefield, Franklin, Beckley, Princeton and Lewisburg are the next stops for the public outreach subcommittee of the PEIA Task Force.
The panel was named on Thursday by the state Supreme Court.
Cary is now on payroll, shapes policy and draws scrutiny.
A three-judge panel from the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals invalidated a key U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service review.
Agenda hasn't been released officially, but lawmakers are being told in advance what will be considered.
Dominion Energy says it will continue construction while reviewing the court's decision.
The revenue and cost subcommittee took an initial dive into the complex balancing act of insurance for West Virginia state employees.
Jim Justice, whose famed resort runs a casino and pro sports events, is at center of negotiations.
The program will enable joint exchanges of forces to conduct training and partnership exercises.
Justice administration has been negotiating about payments from casinos to pro sports leagues.
Cary had been a volunteer in the Justice administration.
"It's a sad day, and he fought a tough battle," former Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said.
"I was shocked. I was shocked," said John Cavacini, president of the West Virginia Gaming and Racing Association, which represents the state's five casinos.
Representatives of casinos, sports leagues gather at Lottery to discuss 'integrity fees.'
Candidates for U.S. Senate are already sizing each other up.
Arvon, Drennan were named to their seats this year.