Mississippi Bans Abortions After 15 Weeks

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By John Clise In a long running dispute between pro and anti abortion groups, it appears  Mississippi’s HB 151, known as the Gestational Age Act, recently passed by the Mississippi House,  in a 75 to 34 vote, is set to become the newest and strictest abortion law in the country. It …


CWA on Strike Against Frontier

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Frontier Communications Workers in West Virginia and Virginia on Strike to Save Good Jobs and Protect Service Quality Charleston, W.Va.—After ten months of negotiations, members of the Communications Workers of America have not been able to reach agreement on a fair contract with Frontier Communications. As a result, 1,400 Frontier …


(Video) Capito Speaks Out on Tax reform


U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) today spoke on the Senate floor to deliver the latest in a series of speeches on the need to pass comprehensive pro-growth tax reform—highlighting supportive statements from West Virginia families, manufacturers and small businesses and illustrating how it will benefit the state.    

Manchin Plea to Drug Makers Over WV Overdose Crisis

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U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) sent a letter to Scott Gottlieb, Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and Robert Patterson, Acting Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), asking the administrations to consider rescheduling and requiring additional risk mitigation for the drug gabapentin, a nerve-pain medication labeled as …




Reverses Title II Framework, Increases Transparency to Protect Consumers, Spur Investment, Innovation, and Competition WASHINGTON, December 14, 2017—The Federal Communications Commission today voted to restore the longstanding, bipartisan light-touch regulatory framework that has fostered rapid Internet growth, openness, and freedom for nearly 20 years. Following detailed legal and economic analysis, …