Jonathan Mattise

Viewpoint
11:38 am
Fri October 17, 2014

Tennant Outlines Plan for Senate, Recapping the 3rd Congressional District Debate

Secretary of State Natalie Tennant outlines her plan for West Virginia if elected to become the state's next U.S. Senator. 

We profile the Constitution Party's candidate for U.S. Senate Phil Hudok. 

Also, Jonathan Mattise of the Associated Press and Ben Fields of the Herald-Dispatch recap a debate between Rep. Nick Rahall and state Senator Evan Jenkins as they battle it out for the 3rd Congressional District.

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Viewpoint
10:42 am
Fri September 5, 2014

House Leaders Talk Future of Coal, West Virginia's Economy

Our premiere episode includes a discussion with House Speaker Tim Miley and Minority Leader Tim Armstead on a possible change in power in the House of Delegates this fall and their top priorities for the upcoming legislative session.  Dr. Robert Rupp of West Virginia Wesleyan College and Dr. Mary Beth Beller discuss the impact 2012’s redistricting could have on this year’s mid-term races. We'll also wrap up of the week’s top political stories during our reporter roundtable. 

   

The Legislature Today
11:47 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

House Approves Launch Pad Act, Corrections Honored by Senate, and Jonathan Mattise & Mandi Cardosi

The House of Delegates approves a bill that would provide benefits for businesses working with technologies not currently in West Virginia if they locate or expand in launch pads areas in the state. The Division of Corrections is honored through a resolution in the Senate, and  Jonathan Mattise of the Associated Press & Mandi Cardosi of The State Journal speak with Friday host Ashton Marra about the latest on the status of the chemical spill bill in the House, as well as the Attorney General's actions after reports of price gouging during the water crisis.

The Legislature Today
7:01 pm
Fri January 24, 2014

Capitol Reporters Dave Boucher & Jonathan Mattise on Chemical Leak Remediation, Freedom Bankruptcy

The Joint Legislative Oversight Commission on State Water Resources continues to hear testimony about the ongoing investigation into the January 9 chemical  spill. The House of Delegates wonders how proposed legislation would affect the Department of Environmental Protection financially and statehouse reporters Dave Boucher of The Charleston Daily Mail and Jonathan Mattise of The Associated Press discuss the latest on Freedom Industries' bankruptcy filing and the remediation of the Elk River spill site. 

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