The Legislature Today: Delegates Say Road Funding Should Be Priority

Feb 24, 2016

Del. Mick Bates of Raleigh County discussed his party's proposals in the House to increase road funding. Those proposals have failed so far this session, but now Bates and other members of the House are waiting to see what Senators will do with a bi-partisan bill that would increase some fees in order to generate revenue.

Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting

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