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October 15, 2022

Morgantown Attorney Briefs Business Community on Proposed State Constitutional Amendments

Times West Virginian, Yahoo News – While the Harrison County Chamber of Commerce hasn’t taken a public stance on any ballot measure, it hopes the public will at least be informed for the Nov. 8 general election.

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The largest items on the ballot are four amendments to the West Virginia state constitution. Friday morning, the Harrison Chamber invited its members to a breakfast where attorney Josh Jarrell from the Morgantown-based firm Spilman, Thomas & Battle broke down each amendment and entertained questions from the group.

Chamber President Kathy Wagner hopes the session cleared up any confusion about the amendments any chamber members may have had.

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