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Morrisey still wants gay marriage lawsuit dismissed

wvgazette.com — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey still wants a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by same-sex couples over the state's ban on gay marriage, despite the fact gay couples can now marry in the Mountain State. Three same-sex couples sued the wrong officials, so U.S.
Oct 21, 2014

RT @Kenwardjr: Worth noting: @WestVirginiaAG still seeks dismissal of legal challenge to WV gay marriage ban, via @KateLWhite wvgazette.com/article/201410…

Oct 21, 2014

Worth noting: @WestVirginiaAG still seeks dismissal of legal challenge to WV gay marriage ban, via @KateLWhite wvgazette.com/article/201410…

How soon we forget: Mine safety in W.Va.

blogs.wvgazette.com — October 21, 2014 by Ken Ward Jr. One way that West Virginia lawmakers seem to like to avoid taking stronger action on important public health and safety issues is to put off much-needed reforms until someone does a study or a report on the issue.
Oct 21, 2014

New blog post: How soon we forget - mine safety in West Virginia blogs.wvgazette.com/coaltattoo/201…

Proposed Civic Center redesigns “embrace” river

wvgazette.com — Rendering courtesy Odell Associates Rendering courtesy Odell Associates Architects told city officials Monday night that upgrades to the Civic Center should embrace the Elk River. Rendering courtesy Odell Associates The city side of a rendering of Civic Center upgrades. Architects hope to make Civic Center Drive for use by pedestrians only.
Oct 21, 2014

RT @RobByersWV: It would be great to see Charleston embrace its rivers (especially the ignored Elk) like this. wvgazette.com/article/201410… pic.twitter.com/qLzIFKEemo