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The U-S Supreme Court rules against rogue 2016 Electoral College voters; SBA pandemic aid goes to companies that don't pledge to save or create jobs.

2020Talks - July 6, 2020 


This year's July 4th had COVID-19, ongoing protests about systemic racism, and a presidential visit to Mt. Rushmore. Plus, Trump signed an order to plan a new statue park.

Public News Service - WV: Budget Policy & Priorities

Ironton, OH – The scoreboards show that everyone is a winner at Ironton's new middle and elementary schools, which are under construction. The Tri-State Building and Construction Trades Council, which covers West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky, passed the hat to pay for gymnasium scoreboards at t

Charleston, WV – They want economic recovery as soon as possible, along with new jobs. A campaign is getting underway in West Virginia to try to drum up support for a national economic rescue package. Rick Wilson is the executive director of the American Friends Service Committee's "Economic

Charleston, WV – Growing up in a one-parent household, having a family member with a chronic mental illness, or someone in the household with alcohol or drug addiction are childhood experiences that may bring negative effects for life. They're listed as "common experiences" in West Virginia, a

Charleston, WV – West Virginia has been lucky to escape the brunt of the nation's economic crisis on the jobs front, so far, according to the new State of Working West Virginia report. The downside in the report is that wages have not kept pace. The median hourly wage is lower now than it was

Berkeley Springs, WV – A group of West virginians is hitting the streets and staying there all night to show support for those who have lost their homes. Audrey Morris, Morgan County Starting Points coordinator, says their goals also include raising visibility of the issue, because the homel

Charleston, WV – West Virginia's version of "super nanny" is being celebrated as part of the "World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse." Partners in Community Outreach offers 18 in-home family education programs throughout the state. In-home counselors, sometimes heralded as "super nannies

Charleston, WV – What people in West Virginia thought before last week's election is getting a second look, now that the voting is over. A poll on health care last month showed most West Virginians were dissatisfied with the quality of care, and concerned about rising costs. Perry Bryant w

Charleston, WV – A history lesson on wheels rolls through West Virginia today. The group Americans United for Change is sponsoring the "Legacy Bus" tour of 150 cities and towns. It's a rolling, two-ton museum, full of exhibits about how the economy, gas prices and disappearing health care affe

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