Photo by Spenser Wempe
The session ended Saturday. What happens now? We start planning for next year.
We stayed united--across party lines--to win very real changes (protecting child care centers/SB146, winning drivers licenses so families could get back to work/634, protecting children's funding, … Continue Reading ››
Here’s today’s question: Can you be more successful getting press releases and information into the newspapers around the state?
Short answer: Yes.
Longer answer: In today’s busy, short-staffed newsroom, hundreds of press releases arrive daily by email, print and fax. … Continue Reading ››
It was almost 7 a.m. when I put on my black, pointed-toe dress shoes. My stomach hurt and my pits were already sweaty. I was leaving for the annual Our Children, Our Future (OCOF) Kids and Families Day at the … Continue Reading ››
A very dear friend of mine, whose natural curiosity and intellect is matched only by her compassion for others and desire to do good in the world, recently graduated from West Virginia University.
As with many, she is … Continue Reading ››
Ever wonder why most politicians just repeat the same ol’ sentences over and over, regardless of what question they are being asked?
What they are doing is sticking to their talking points. And it’s a common, … Continue Reading ››
By Phil Kabler/Gazette-Mail
A coalition of 18 citizen and community organizations kicked off a campaign Monday for passage of a state Earned Income Tax Credit for low-income workers, unveiling a website that shows the economic impact of the credit, by legislative districts.