Justice calls together highways leaders from across the state.
Justice advocates for more money, more workers, more equipment.
Agenda calls for HEPC to deal with interim chancellor's expected departure.
Governor's veto of Medicaid supplemental appropriation bill frees up millions for other priorities.
The Legislature passed a $4.6 billion general revenue budget bill last Friday, a day ahead of the conclusion of the regular 60-day session.
Justice pushes the tiered severance tax idea he first advocated two years ago.
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Manchin, Justice describe expansion.
"He just won't work," Manchin said today. "Doesn't show up."
Justice responds to complaints about West Virginia roads maintenance.
“There is no doubt the Department of Transportation is doing great work on our Roads to Prosperity projects, but our secondary roads aren’t being addressed with the urgency needed,” Justice stated.
Gov. Jim Justice fired Transportation Secretary Tom Smith this week, promising adjusted priorities.
Petition doesn't seek to resume impeachment of justices but does want support for the Legislature’s primary role over impeachment in West Virginia.
Complaints about secondary roads have simmered for months.
Justice says 'our secondary roads aren’t being addressed with the urgency needed.'
Broad call begins with lawmakers talking with teachers, parents, students.
Bill now goes to the governor.
Lawmakers passed a $4.6 billion general revenue budget.
Bill would make major changes to foster care system, including establishing managed care for health needs.
One resolution would have expelled the delegate; the other would have censured him.