Business, Labor, Policy Experts Weigh in on Session
Clarksburg Exponent-Telegram - With apologies to Charles Dickens, it was the best of legislative sessions or the worst of legislative sessions, depending on who's giving the critique. Read
A session that saw West Virginia become a right-to-work state and prevailing wage dropped from public construction projects is getting kudos from the business community, boos from organized labor and mixed reviews from policy analysts.
"This has truly been one of the most historic sessions in recent memory, and several bills were passed that will help create an environment in West Virginia that allows businesses to grow and create jobs," according to a statement from the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce.