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Companies Sue WV Gov.’s Family Companies Over Debts But Find Bank Accounts Empty

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The Justice family companies’ difficulties paying taxes over the years are well documented. But tax collectors haven’t been the only ones trying to recover debts from companies once operated by West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and now in control of his family. A review of court documents by the Ohio Valley ReSource found at least five cases in… Read More

Cordray Strongly Supports Minimum Wage Increase, DeWine Has Reservations

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During a digital forum with young Ohioans, candidates for governor Mike DeWine and Rich Cordray laid out what they thought about the possibility of a minimum wage increase. Democratic Nominee Rich Cordray says it’s time to raise the minimum wage, stopping short of saying exactly what he thinks it should be. “If you pay people fairly for work then… Read More

Marshall Delving Into Health Disparities In West Virginia

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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – Marshall University is teaming with the West Virginia Bureau for Public Health to deal with health disparities in the state. Campus officials say a Minority Health Institute established by Marshall’s Department of Public Health will delve into the state’s health disparities among minority and underserved populations. The institute’s founder and director,… Read More