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W. Va. Lawmakers Turn Focus To Stoppage of Impeachment Trials

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Now that a suspended West Virginia Supreme Court justice has resigned, lawmakers are turning their attention to a panel of justices that had cut off pending impeachment trials. After Justice Allen Loughry’s resignation, the state Senate wants to revisit an Oct. 11 order halting the Legislature’s efforts to impeach three justices… Read More

Judge: Kent State Can’t Charge For Protest Security

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CLEVELAND (AP) – A judge is blocking Kent State University officials from charging $1,800 to provide security officers for a discussion planned at the student center featuring a gun-rights advocate whose September demonstration on the Ohio campus drew protesters. The conservative student group planning the discussion next Monday is challenging Kent State’s policies on security… Read More

W. Va. AEP Proposing Rate Increase

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Two American Electric Power subsidiaries in West Virginia are proposing a revised rate increase that would bring a 3 percent revenue boost. Appalachian Power and Wheeling Power filed the request with the state Public Service Commission on Tuesday for a $44 million rate increase. That’s down significantly from the nearly $115… Read More