By Matthew Young, WV Press News Sharing
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – With just four days remaining in West Virginia’s 2022 legislative session, the House of Delegates once again spent a considerable amount of time during its Wednesday floor session on third readings.
Committee Substitute for SB 470 was the first of the day to yield any significant debate. Introduced by Sen. Michael Maroney, R-Marshall, it relates to end-of . . .