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February 25, 2012

Tom Miller: Highway Bond Initiative Unlikely to Come Before Voters This Year

The Herald-Dispatch — Confirmation that the current legislative session is on the right track with its efforts to confront the problem of overcrowded state prisons and regional jails came in a report last week from the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy that echoes the need for alternative sentencing options. Read

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