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School Groups Poised to Oppose West Virginia Reform Bill

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Three groups critical of an education reform bill moving through the West Virginia Senate say they’re ready to take statewide action. The West Virginia Education Association, West Virginia School Service Personnel Association and American Federation of Teachers say they’ll take action if it’s merited. The groups are opposed to the bill,… Read More

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New Business Court Division Chairman Named in West Virginia

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia Chief Justice Beth Walker has named a new chairman of the Business Court Division, which handles complex commercial litigation between businesses. The Supreme Court said in a news release Thursday that Walker signed an order naming 23rd Judicial Circuit Judge Michael D. Lorensen chairman of the division, effective Friday…. Read More

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Kentucky Delays Start Time for Some New Medicaid Rules

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – State officials in Kentucky have delayed the start of some new eligibility rules for a portion of its Medicaid population. Kentucky is one of 36 states to expand its Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act to cover more people. President Donald Trump’s administration gave Kentucky permission to require those people… Read More

Campaign Experts Weigh In On Sherrod Brown’s Tour Of Key Presidential States


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Ohio’s senior US Senator has launched a tour of key presidential primary and caucus states, but says he hasn’t yet decided if he’ll seek the Democratic nomination in 2020.  But three campaign experts in Ohio have thoughts on Sherrod Brown’s “Dignity of Work” tour. Former Democratic National Committee chair David Wilhelm managed President Bill Clinton’s… Read More

SEORA Works to Meet the Needs of Athens’ LGBTQ Community

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Southeast Ohio’s LGBTQ community has been receiving additional support and programming since January 2017 thanks to an organization that prioritizes the needs of queer people in the region. The Southeastern Ohio Rainbow Alliance (SEORA), an organization mainly made up of Athens locals, seeks to provide educational resources, queer safe spaces and a sense of community… Read More