A shadowy billionaires’ political organization is campaigning heavily in West Virginia.
A change in federal clean water rules appears to be popular with some major stakeholders, especially farmers, hunters and anglers.
An easy step by the FDA could make taking generic drugs safer. Now, you might not know all the generic’s side effects.
A mudslide of dark money pouring into West Virginia elections is changing the state’s politics for the worse, according to watchdogs.
Defending the anti-abortion bill now on the governor’s desk could cost West Virginia a lot of money.
It is the most common chronic childhood disease, but across West Virginia and the nation, new requirements could help take a bite out of kids’ tooth decay.
State lawmakers are struggling to close a big budget hole, but a close look shows the legislature dug that pit with business tax cuts over the last eight years.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A decision about campaign donations and “free speech” is expected soon from the U.S. Supreme Court in a case that could end donation limits from individuals to federal candidates and their parties.
Hospital statistics directly contradict a Charleston doctor’s claims that abortions often cause health problems for West Virginia women.
Backed by government reform groups and a growing list of other organizations, 128 members of the House of Representatives have introduced the “Government by the People Act” to encourage citizens to take their government back from free-spending corporations.