Brad McElhinny

Tuesday February 13, 2018

Sports betting bill heads for Senate floor

Senate Finance passes bill, rejecting two amendments.

House of Delegates approves teacher raise of 2 percent in year one

Bill now goes back to Senate, which passed raise at 1 percent.

Monday February 12, 2018

Bill that would alter public assistance benefits heads to House floor

Most at public hearing spoke against bill.

House votes down amendments that would have bumped teacher raises

Pay raise bill is up for passage in House on Tuesday.

Sunday February 11, 2018

Abortion funding battle now moves to the House

Views vary on proposal’s impact.

Saturday February 10, 2018

Hotel lawsuit hits developer Abruzzino for almost $19 million

Breach of contract lawsuit was filed Feb. 2.

Former DOH worker set to plead guilty in fraud scheme

Man is accused of pocketing more than $50,000 in falsified travel expenses.

Friday February 9, 2018

Co-tenancy bill heads to the House floor

Bill passes out of House Judiciary on party line vote.

Senate passes abortion resolution

It now moves to the House of Delegates, where it would still need a two-thirds majority.

Thursday February 8, 2018

Court budget oversight and intermediate appeals court measures move forward

Supreme Court opposes both measures.

Justice touts PEIA freeze, still says 1 percent raise is wisest course

Administration proposes changes to plan that has rankled state workers.

Wednesday February 7, 2018

House Finance increases raises for teachers, service personnel, State Police

Teachers unions say that's a step in the right direction.

State leaders want to halt controversial changes to PEIA

The House of Delegates today passed a resolution requesting the PEIA Finance Board maintain its current financial plan, rather than moving to the controversial changes.

Tuesday February 6, 2018

With court actions, work may start soon for Mountain Valley Pipeline

Hearing in U.S. Judge Copenhaver's courtroom set for 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.

Supreme Court estimates cost of intermediate court at $11.7 million

Supreme Court, which doesn't want intermediate court, suggests 96 employees and setting up a physical courtroom in each district.

Gun concerns send pawn shop bill back to drawing board

Bill was sent back to committee after warnings about unintended consequences about stolen guns.

Conservative watchdog wants Senate Ethics to look into Manchin investments

The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust sent a letter today to the Ethics Committee.

Governor Justice plans to appear at 2 town hall events on teacher issues

Justice will be in Logan and Greenbrier counties

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