Blog Posts > Commission Hears from Spokesman from WV Center on Budget & Policy: Mineral Trust Fund Could Benefit Gilmer County
June 15, 2012

Commission Hears from Spokesman from WV Center on Budget & Policy: Mineral Trust Fund Could Benefit Gilmer County

 The Glenville Democrat — The commission heard from Paul Miller, who was in Gilmer County representing the WV Center on Budget and Policy, a nonpartisan, nonprofit research organization whose goal is to support informed public dialog and policy in West Virginia. Mr. Miller spoke about the Mineral Trust Fund bill that is gaining steam in Charleston. Read

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