Office of Legislative Information

West Virginia Morning
11:24 am
Wed January 15, 2014

Charleston Businesses Take a Hit from The Chemical Leak, Wyoming Co.'s Own Water Woes, & More

Transportation Secretary Paul Mattox talks funding and construction for roads to the Senate Committee on Transportation, the Office of Legislative Information serves as a resource for legislators and the public, Charleston businesses take a hit from the chemical leak and water outage, and unrelated to the water crisis in Kanawha County and eight other counties, Wyoming County Schools have had unusable water since September.

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The Legislature Today
7:32 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Senate President Jeff Kessler Talks Chemical Leak, Future Fund

Transportation Secretary Paul Mattox talks funding and construction for roads to the Senate Committee on Transportation, the Office of Legislative Information stays busy while the House of Delegates reorganizes plans in the aftermath of last week's chemical spill, and Senate President Jeff Kessler touts his plans for a future fund with hopes to keep the state in sound financial shape.

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W. Va. Capitol
6:30 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Capitol Office Keeps W. Va. Citizens Informed About Legislature

Outside of the Office of Legislative Information
Credit Aaron Payne

While the legislature’s process has been slowed due to the chemical leak, one office down in the basement of the Capitol continues its function of keeping the public informed.

“We’re essentially called the Office of Public Information or Legislative Information,” Director Drew Ross said.

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