At the legislature today, it was the 59th day of the 60-day session and the calendars of the house and senate are packed with pending legislation.
At the legislature today, a lot of bills means a lot of amendments and a lot of debate on the floors of the house and senate today.
At the legislature today, the senate gets into a heated debate about where broadband should go…to the communities that don’t have it yet, or the communities that need it more.
At the legislature today, the house judiciary committee pored over Governor Tomblin’s bill to relieve prison overcrowding.
At the legislature today, lawmakers begin the routine of the final week of the 60-day session, passing bills they favor, killing bills they don’t.
At the legislature today, the chairman of the two major committees in the senate look at what house bills their committees will consider during the final week of the session next week.
At the legislature today, shock and sorrow in both chambers today over the murder of the sheriff of Mingo County and a promise to continue the fight the drug war in southern West Virginia.
At the legislature today, the house passed a bill today that takes on sexting. It concerns sending provocative pictures over a cell phone text message.
At the legislature today, the senate passed a higher education bill that ties university funding to graduation rates.
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