West Virginia Law News
Thursday, July 24, 2014
W.Va. customers' health insurance subsidies in peril
By Lydia Nuzum A ruling issued by a federal appeals court Tuesday has called into question whether West Virginia will be able to offer health insurance subsidies through the Affordable Care Act. In its decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit ruled that states that partnered with the federal government to create an ACA insurance exchange were not eligible to offer ...
Two arrested following sentencing of Kelsey Legg in Kanawha County, WV
Two men were arrested after police attempted to break-up a crowd in front of the Judicial Annex in Charleston, West Virginia.
Local government workplaces still not under WVOSHA oversight
By Ryan Quinn The quarter-century-old West Virginia Occupational Safety and Health program is finally funded to do unannounced safety inspections of state agencies, but it's withdrawing 24 citations to various local government agencies it believes it doesn't have authority over. The withdrawn citations include one on Oct. 17 to a Putnam County Schools bus garage that noted blocked electrical ...