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Fighting Drug Abuse in Ohio

April 16, 2014 Drug abuse has become a wildfire in Ohio, spreading rapidly and consuming lives in the process. Local law enforcement agencies cannot battle it on their own. State officials need to do more. more »»

 
 
 
Judge Correct In DUI Sentence

April 16, 2014 Kenneth Eugene Cunningham should be no threat to the traveling public for the next five years. Clearly, however, he has been one in the past. more »»

Gee Correct About WVU

April 15, 2014 At first glance, it might seem obvious that college and university presidents should make students their top priority. more »»

Boost Medicaid Waiver Funding

April 15, 2014 A new health care study makes it clearer than ever that West Virginia policymakers are missing a good bet by not spending more on the Medicaid Aged and Disabled Waiver program. more »»

Tax Burden Heavy For Middle Class

April 15, 2014 Finished your income tax return yet? Today’s the deadline for most filers, so if your return isn’t completed, you’d better get at it. more »»

Commenting on Home Rule in Moundsville

April 15, 2014 If you are a resident or business owner in Moundsville, you may want to make time this evening to attend a special City Council meeting. It is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Municipal Building. more »»

Ohio Schools Still Need Reform

April 14, 2014 Ohioans worried about their children’s and grandchildren’s futures, both figuratively and literally, may be scratching their heads over a proposed change to the state Constitution. more »»

Obamacare Law Itself Is a Problem

April 14, 2014 Perhaps Kathleen Sebelius was just tired of the pressure of being secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. more »»

Right to Know Is Under Siege

April 13, 2014 With very rare exceptions, everything our local and state governments do in West Virginia ought to be public knowledge. more »»

Don’t Let Thugs Abuse the System

April 13, 2014 West Virginians have been doing more to give drug criminals and intoxicated drivers second chances during the past few years. more »»

Nature Conservancy Scores New Trimuph

April 13, 2014 Perhaps the most effective environmentalist organization in the world, The Nature Conservancy, has scored another victory for West Virginians — and our posterity. more »»

FEMA Flooded With Unfairness

April 12, 2014 For months we have been smelling a rat — a big one in Washington — in the National Flood Insurance Program. As it has developed, our noses were right. more »»

Dispute Dragged On Far Too Long

April 12, 2014 Steubenville officials were right to stick with a $2.5 million lawsuit over a water system pump station. Sometimes, public officials simply give up on such attempts to recover the public’s money. more »»

Charter School Rules Needed

April 11, 2014 Charter schools, with some taxpayer assistance, are excellent alternatives to public education in some places. more »»

Caring for West Virginia Children

April 11, 2014 For all the liberal claims that Obamacare merits credit for providing health insurance coverage to those who lacked it previously, some states have been doing the job just as well — or better —... more »»

Learning Causes Of Mass Violence

April 10, 2014 Students at Franklin Regional High School in Murrysville, P. more »»

Creating New Jobs in W.Va.

April 10, 2014 Next Tuesday may be the deadline to file both state and federal income tax returns, but we West Virginians finished paying our taxes today, according to this year’s “Tax Freedom Day” repor. more »»

Good for Those Who Get Involved

April 10, 2014 It appears police in Daytona Beach Shores, Fla., were able to apprehend two East Ohioans who are suspects in a murder because a Buckeye State tourist decided to get involved. more »»

Burden Under Obama Is Growing Steadily

April 10, 2014 Tax Freedom Day for Americans, on average, is April 21 this year. more »»

Keeping Coal Miners Safe

April 9, 2014 Coal mining is hazardous enough when safety rules are followed to the letter. When they are broken, the risk increases — and that is unacceptable. more »»

Attorney Wastes High Court’s Time

April 9, 2014 Surely the five justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court have better things to do than decide whether a lawyer ought to pay a $25 parking ticket. Yet last week, they had to do just tha. more »»

 
 

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