WVCBP in the News

October 28th, 2018 by
We Want Leaders Who Work for Our Communities

As an increasing number of young people turn away from the rural counties of southern West Virginia, it is not difficult to identify the factors at play. A recent report by the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy shows rural West Virginians have poorer health, lower educational attainment levels, lower wages, are older and…

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October 22nd, 2018 by
A New Candidate Class: Schoolteachers Running for Office

Christian Science Monitor - When public school teachers in West Virginia heard last winter that their health insurance premiums would skyrocket, Brianne Solomon wasn’t sure anything could be done about it. Educators like her were grumbling, to be sure, but their union’s clout in this right-to-work state was questionable. Read. 

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October 3rd, 2018 by
Community Calendar – Food For All

The Montgomery Herald - A coalition of individuals and organizations is coming together to host Food For All: 5 Bold Ideas to Challenge Hunger in West Virginia on Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Event Center at Brushy Fork near Buckhannon (929 Brushy Fork Road). Read.

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