West Virginia Metro News – What will West Virginia look like in 30-years? That’s the question public, private and civic leaders tackled during a conference in Charleston Tuesday and Wednesday. Read
“Bridging People and Policy” held at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences was all about talking about the future and what can be done today to make it brighter for future generations.
Ted Boettner, the executive director of the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, said it comes down to change.