Green Bag Road project part of Roads to Prosperity program.
Crackers, storage hubs and the future of coal discussed.
Hearing on final approval set for July 11.
The bill’s lead sponsor is disappointed and sees the veto as a setback for the program set to launch July 1.
Current anti-hazing law applies to “any organization operating under the sanction of or recognized as an organization by an institution of higher education.”
Fifty people died in the attack.
Sen. Shelley Moore Capito brought the deputy director of the National Institute on Aging to West Virginia University to give her a look at WVU’s Alzheimer’s research.
WVU president hope produced in Morgantown.
University plans to explore other options for uses of buildings.
Permissive language would allow up to $80 million to be used on secondary roads.
Coal miners attend session’s last day.
State finance levels to match federal.
Delegates complete work on some bills, send others back to Senate.
Members of House of Delegates introduced resolutions proposing actions against Delegate Mike Caputo, D-Marion, after an incident last week that left an assistant doorkeeper injured.
The bill keeps the limit on permits to 10 for growers and processors.
The House of Delegates approved cutting the tax over two years.
Delegates have discussions about other amendments to bills.
Two Republicans joined with seven Democrats in voting against the measure.
The chamber passed the Department of Environmental Protection water pollution rules bill after several unsuccessful attempts to amend the legislation.
Members are looking to resume work on an improved bill on Wednesday morning.