BC-WV--West Virginia News Digest, WV
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EDUCATION BILL-WEST VIRGINIA
CHARLESTON, W.Va. _ Dozens of speakers crammed the first of two public hearings Monday to speak against a complex education bill in West Virginia that teachers’ unions claim is retaliation for a nine-day strike last year.
FOREVER CHEMICALS-EMERGING THREAT
WASHINGTON _ The chemical compounds are all around you. They’re on many fabrics, rugs and carpets, cooking pots and pans, outdoor gear, shampoo, shaving cream, makeup and even dental floss. Increasing numbers of states have found them seeping into water supplies.
LGBTQ ORDINANCE _ The head of the West Virginia Republican Party has denounced comments from a GOP member of the House of Delegates about the gay community.
CHARLESTON POLICE-EXPANDED PATROLS _ Officials in West Virginia’s capital and most populous city say a unit of police officers who walk or ride bikes will have patrol hours expanded to add an evening shift.
HEALTH OFFICER-WEST VIRGINIA _ The head of the West Virginia Republican Party has denounced comments from a GOP member of the House of Delegates about the gay community.
UNIVERSITY BOARD-CAPITO _ Gov. Jim Justice has appointed Charles L. Capito Jr. to the West Virginia University Board of Governors.
NEW YORK _ Thirty-four years after hitting the longest shot in college basketball history, Bruce Morris is still amazed at what he accomplished.
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