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Tennant: ‘We will not be charging additional fees’

wvgazette.com — In an about-face Thursday, Secretary of State Natalie Tennant's office scrapped plans to charge fees for some business and nonprofit licensing documents. Tennant reversed her office's proposal to charge for filings such as business licenses, articles of incorporation and certificates of dissolution, after fielding numerous complaints in recent days.
Aug 28, 2014

RT @wvgazette: Tennant: 'We will not be charging additional fees' - By Eric Eyre In an about-face Thursday, Secretary of St... ow.ly/2MAyqN

Freedom looking to enter DEP’s ‘voluntary’ cleanup program

wvgazette.com — Freedom Industries is considering trying to enter a state "voluntary" industrial site remediation program to help ease the cleanup of its Elk River facility where a January chemical spill contaminated the drinking water supply for hundreds of thousands of people in Charleston and the surrounding region.
Aug 28, 2014

New @wvgazette story: Freedom Industries considering applying for WVDEP's "voluntary" industrial site cleanup program wvgazette.com/article/201408…

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Aug 28, 2014

New blog post: 'Unintended consequences' and why WV's chemical tank safety law matters tinyurl.com/n9rtlbz

Review: After slow start, ‘Madden NFL 15’ delivers

wvgazette.com — CHARLESTON, W.Va. - There was a moment, after having played a dozen or so games, that I was ready to throw in the towel on "Madden NFL 15." I've been playing the "Madden" franchise since its inception and this year's edition, more than any other in recent memory, simply wasn't registering with me.
Aug 28, 2014

RT @gazette_gamer: So just in case you missed it late last night/early this morning, here's a link to my review of #Madden15 tinyurl.com/mjo5pbw