Data Missing From Economic Story of Our State

Beckley Register-HeraldAs members of the West Virginia Legislature convene in a 3-day interim session beginning today in Charleston, as lawmakers prepare the legislative agenda for 2019, we would advise that they pay less attention to the economic bluster of certain – but not all – Republican Party leaders, the governor and the state’s Chamber of Commerce and lend an ear to cries for help out here in the real world, out here where there has been a growing and troubling economic trend that seems to have been buried beneath the hype that says our state’s economy is doing wonderfully well. Read


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