west virginia

Because Republican Women Bring Home The Bacon And Then Like To Eat It Raw
She’s for you not having health care and getting lung cancer. And she’s willing to be paid less to do it! Read more...
West Virginia Tries To Ban Poem Honoring Dead Coal Mine Disaster Victims
In the face of public criticism, officials in West Virginia have change course and will allow a high school student to read a poem about coal mining disasters in the state. Read more...
Volunteers Desperately Needed In West Virginia Water Crisis
Can you help? Do you know someone who can? Read more...
New Coal Ash Spill In West Virginia
A new spill in West Virginia threatens the water supply again. Read more...
2013 Inspection At Freedom Industries Noted 'Potential Issues'
An evaluation three months before the Jan. 9 chemical spill found that chemical storage tanks at Freedom Industries did not meet industry standards, federal safety inspectors have found. Read more...

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West Virginia's Water May Still Be Tainted
Despite measures taken to flush toxic chemicals out of the water, it still appears to be unsafe. Read more...
Indiana Would Rather Harass Welfare Recipients Than Keep The Roads Clear
The bill that would force people to pull down their pants and pee in exchange for state assistance was only withdrawn after it was changed to include drug testing for the legislators. Read more...
Medicaid Expansion Cuts Number Of Uninsured West Virginians By A Third
A sizable number of uninsured residents are gaining health benefits for the first time, thanks to the health law’s expanded eligibility threshold. Read more...
Dump And Run! Freedom Industries Files For Bankruptcy
It's been a week since the chemical spill in West Virginia and the company behind it is now filing for bankruptcy. But the spill wasn't the start of Freedom Industries problems. Read more...
The Daily Show Mocks Terrorism Policies In Wake Of W. Virginia Chemical Spill
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart pointed out the absurdity of our terrorism policies compared to the way we treat industry in the United States when it comes to the safety of our water supply. Read more...