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Majority Leader, John Unger II

Fayette Tribune - ‘Heroes’ honored for fighting child poverty
The Journal - Budget dominates 2014 Legislative Outlook
your4State.com - Local Senator Reflects on Nelson Mandela's Death
The Journal - Legislators discuss goals at luncheon
Herald Mail - Blue Ridge Community College's enrollment up, school last in appropriation funding
The Journal -
The Journal - Children in poverty topic of discussion
The Journal - Local delegation attends litter conference
Herald Mail - Forum focuses on ways to fight childhood poverty in the Panhandle
The Journal - Child poverty in EP topic of forum
The Journal - Child poverty in EP topic of forum
The Journal - Camp Frame 4-H Association receives grant
The Journal - Harpers Ferry gets grant for Potomac Street project
Grant monies awarded to help homeless, research
Daily Mail - Policy forum outlines child poverty issues
Public news service - WV Shows Momentum on Turning Child Poverty Proposals into Reality
Gazette - Poverty gets a face
Register-Herald - Lawmaker seeks better childhood for vulnerable
Herald Star - Follansbee targets kids on Make a Difference Day
The Shepherdstown Chronicle - Caregivers receive grant
You4State - Raleigh Street Extension Opens to the Public
Herald Mail Media - Officials celebrate opening of Raleigh Street extension
Herald-Mail - Raleigh Street Extension in Martinsburg to open Wednesday
The Journal - Raleigh Street Extension opens with ceremonial ribbon cutting
Herald-Mail - Raleigh Street Extension in Martinsburg to open Wednesday
The Journal - Raleigh Street Ext. ribbon cutting set
Your4State.com - Forum Addresses Future of WV Coal Industry
The Journal - $40 ambulance fee to be set in Jefferson County
WV Public Broadcasting - Raleigh St. in Martinsburg is almost extended
Your4State.com - Feed to Achieve Food Program Has Positive Effect on Students
HeraldMail.com - Martinsburg's Raleigh Street extension project an example for other West Virginia communities
Daily Mail - Community workshops target eliminating poverty
News and Sentinel - W.Va. committee members discuss Feed to Achieve
The News Center - Children & Poverty Forum
The Journal - Deputy Reserve graduates honored
Register-Herald - Coalition fighting to reduce child poverty
Register-Herald - Women’s Resource Center to co-sponsor policy and advocacy training workshops
County schools work on feeding guidelines
W.Va. NAACP Discuss Issues Facing Minorities
Gazette - Feed to Achieve: Students will see change in breakfast as first phase of new law is implemented
Lincoln Journal - Road naming set for World War II private
Logan Banner - Child poverty forum held in Logan
Public Broadcasting - Addiction behind poverty in southern West Virginia
Logan Banner - Select Committee on Children and Poverty Meeting in Logan County
WBOY.com - Child Poverty Forum Held in Clarksburg
Your4State.com - Officials Inspect Dangers on Interstate 81's Construction Zone
Register-Herald - With nutrition addressed by lawmakers, safe, decent housing next on list for kids
WVVA.com - W.Va. official to tour I-81 construction site
The Journal - DOT secretary to visit I-81 after latest incident
Your4State.com - W.Va. Senator Discusses New Program, Feed to Achieve
Your4State.com - Interstate-81 Construction Zone to be Expedited
Herald-Dispatch - Tom Miller: Legislature meets at Independence Hall in honor of WV150
The Gazette - Where to house all this prosperity?
WV Pubcast - Fracking: good for the economy, bad for struggling families
The Intelligencer - Hearing Held On Child Poverty
The Journal - New safety measures will be implemented at I-81 work zones
The Gazette - State legislators to hear about housing challenges
The Journal - Local group raising dyslexia awareness
Grounded - WV Legislature to investigate electric utility billing practices
The Journal - Flagpole dedicated in honor of county clerk
Herald-Mail - W.Va. clerk's 56 years of public service recognized
State Journal - WV Legislature to investigate electric utility billing practices
Your4State.com - W.Va. Legislature Investigating Billing Practices of Utility Companies
The Journal - Trail Dedicated: Trailblazers, supporters gather to mark occasion
The Gazette - Tomblin's teacher hiring plan questioned
The Journal - Tomblin staff, state superintendent take education bill questions
The Dailey Mail - Governor, teachers unions primed for battle over school reform
Gazette - GW Elementary students grow what they eat
The Journal - Harpers Ferry receives two grants at town council meeting Monday
care2.com - Southern States Crack Down on Puppy Mills…Sort Of
Gazette - W.Va. school meal effort not starting from scratch
Register-Herald - 'Feed to Achieve' signed into law
WVVA.com - New Law Cracks Down on "Puppy Mills"
Herald-Mail.com - Tomblin signs three bills in Martinsburg visit
Herald-Mail.com - New Law Offers Free Meals to WV Students
Daily Mail - Cheese sandwiches at Barbour schools prompts apology
Take Part - Feed to Achieve: New Act Ensures Free Meals for West Virginia Schoolkids
Times-News - W.Va. session ends; inmate bill passes
Herald-Mail - W.Va. Legislature session ends with MARC train bill passing
WV Public Broadcasting - The Legislature Today: Steve Williams
Herald-Mail - Bill would allow rate payers on utility boards
Register-Herald - A great investment
The State Journal - Feed to Achieve continues move through WV Legislature
Intelligencer - Senate Passes Casino Break
Register-Herald - Senate agrees to reduce fees at racetrack casinos
Register-Herald - Senate passes gun rights legislation
Gazette - Table games licensing fee cut stuck
Gazette - Good idea: Everybody eats
The Gazette - School breakfast-lunch bill passes Senate; heads for House
Intelligencer - Senate Wants Free Meals For W.Va. Grade Schools
WV Public Broadcasting - Senate select committee originates 'Feed to Achieve' bill
Register-Herald - New bill proposes free lunch, breakfast for all W.Va. students
Register-Herald - Senator: School bus ads could bring in cash
Herald-Dispatch - W.Va. Senate plan would give every kid free lunch
WVPB - The Legislature Today: Sen. John Unger
State Journal - Education hiring takes center stage during education reform debate
Gazette - Senator questions W.Va. school board administrative hires
Register-Herald - Senate to vote on education reform bill
Capitol Notebook - Unger wants state Board of Education members elected
WV Puyblic Broadcasting - Senate Finance passes governor's education reform bill
The Journal - Education bill clears final Senate committee
Register-Herald - Select Committee on Children and Poverty meets in Oak Hill, hears local experiences
Herald-Mail - Martinsburg to host one of 12 forums on needs of poor children in W.Va.
Register-Herald - Union officials say everything is on the table
The Gazette - Not for the children
Register Herald - Select panel on children, poverty to meet in Beckley
WCHS - Senate panel studying child poverty to hold public hearing in Oak Hill
Fayette Tribune - Oak Hill to host meeting on child poverty this week
Animal legislation getting attention in Senate chamber
Education bill expected from Senate committee
Teachers Unions Take on Tomblin’s Education Bill
Gazette - Lottery revenues have plunged since peak year of 2007
Herald-Mail - Biking/hiking trail proposal gathering momentum in Jefferson County
The Gazette - Tomblin's teacher hiring plan questioned
The State Journal - Tomblin staff, state superintendent take education bill questions
The Dailey Mail - Governor, teachers unions primed for battle over school reform
WCHS Radio - A Solution Looking For A Problem?
The Journal - W.Va. road funding talks set for summer
The Register Herald - Select committee may hear Fayette girl’s story about living in poverty
The Journal - Childhood poverty committee hopes to make progress
The State Journal - Senate passes the first bills of the regular legislative session
Senate special committee to take on childhood poverty
Herald-Mail - Bill to increase W.Va. State Police force introduced in state Legislature
The Journal - Legislators respond to State of the State
The Register Helrald - Senate committee to study children in poverty
The Journal - Select Committee on Children and Poverty created
The Journal - MAPP funding discussed during council meeting
The Journal - Charles Town Police Department lands $10,000 in grants
The Journal - PAH awarded $2,500 grant Your4State.com - Charles Town PD to Receive $10,000 Grant
The Shepherdstown Chronicle - Legislators outline goals at Chamber luncheon
The Journal - Education top priority of 2013 legislative-session.
The Daily Mail - Senator seeking committee on child poverty in West Virginia
The Journal - Unger Calls for panel on child poverty
The Journal - Developing alternates for Ryans Glen residents
The Journal - W.Va. 9 safety concerns discussed with WVDOH
The Journal - Senate President Kessler announces leaders
The Journal - WV's weather response plan to be discussed at Elkins meeting
The Journal - Debate rages over whether ID laws hurt or help election process
The Journal - Lack of funding, resources available for mental health
The Journal - Program provides homes, hope for local veterans
The Journal - State Senator John Unger visits classrooms
The Journal - Program provides homes, hope for local veterans
The Journal - State Senator John Unger visits classrooms
Herald-Mail - W.Va. court could hear redistricting case
State Journal - WV redistricting case may tap state high court
The Journal - Animal Control Receives Grant
Daily Mail - Supreme Court rules: W.Va. redistricting can stand
The Journal - W.Va. redistricting plan upheld
MyFox Tampa Bay - High court uphold WV congressional districts
Herald-Mail - Humane Education Center opens in Charles Town
The Journal - Debate rages over whether ID laws hurt or help election process
The Journal - State Sen. John Unger visits classrooms
Herald-Mail - W.Va. court could hear redistricting case
State Journal - WV redistricting case may tap state high court
The Journal - Animal Control Receives Grant
Daily Mail - Supreme Court rules: W.Va. redistricting can stand
The Journal - W.Va. redistricting plan upheld
MyFox Tampa Bay - High court uphold WV congressional districts
Herald-Mail - Humane Education Center opens in Charles Town
The Journal - Breakfast with legislators held
WOWK13 - US Supreme Court may decide soon whether to hear redistricting case
State Journal - US Supreme Court may soon decide whether to hear redistricting case
Parkersburg News - Expanded child abuse mandated reporting in effect
Bluefield Telegraph - Texting while driving — W.Va. ban begins today
MetroNews - Texting Ban Won't Happen Until July 1
Herald Dispatch - Tom Miller: Time for W.Va. drivers to put away the cellphones
Gazette - Lawmakers list redistricting in topics for study
Blue Ridge Primary completed
Final Wrap-Up
WTAP - Required To Report, Senate Bill 161 Passed
The Journal - Addition to Cacapon State Park a boon to local economy
Herald Mail - South Berkeley Recreation Center bid accepted
Daily Mail - Tomblin still optimistic state will attract an ethane cracker
The Journal - Dealing with different localities
OHS - WV Substance Abuse Bill Signed Into Law
Herald Mail - Powerball jackpot winner donates additional $600,000 for rec center
Gazette - W.Va. lawmakers seek OK of congressional districts
State Journal - Attorneys file documents in congressional redistricting case
WTOV9 - W.Va. gov vetoes $13M from new $11B state budget
State Journal - UPDATE: WV bill regulating exotic animals heads to governor's desk
State Journal - Regular WV Legislative session adjourns
WVGazette - House, Senate conferees do quick work on budget bill
MetroNews - Two State Parks To Benefit From Bond Sale
State Journal - Hundreds of bills passed during WV's 2012 regular session
State Journal - WV Legislature’s budget session extended through Friday
MetroNews - Buy American Bill Goes To Task Force
The Journal - Cacapon funding bill passes
State Journal - WV Legislature eyes possible special session
State Journal - UPDATE: WV bill regulating exotic animals heads to governor's desk
State Journal - Regular WV Legislative session adjourns
WVNSTV59 - Asthma and Allergy Foundation Approves of Drug-Tracking Bill
Register Herald - Hang up and drive
WVTV9 - Family marks W.Va. suicide prevention bill signing
State Journal - Bills try to make their way through the pack as legislative session nears end
Parkersburg News - State looking at redistricting plan
Gazette - Senators consider independent redistricting panel
State Journal - WV Legislature still considering education bills
State Journal - Lawmakers keep steady session pace
State Journal - WV mine safety bill passes 2nd Senate committee
Daily Mail - Legislation calling for some pay increases off table
MetroNews - Mine Safety Bill In Senate
Register Herald - NRA-backed gun law clears Senate
Herald Mail - West Virginia Senate OKs measure to upgrade Cacapon State Park
Herald Dispatch - Legislative roundup
State Journal - WV Senate passes 30 bills on crossover day
Daily Mail - Senate to vote on background check bill
Gazette - W.Va. Senate passes bill requiring hotel CO detectors
State Journal - WV Senate passes 31 bills as deadline approaches
Daily Mail - Senator objects to process by which raises set
State Journal - Voter registration cleanup moves through Senate committee
Northwestern - W.Va. reins in public retiree health benefit costs
Daily Mail - End of legislative session nears
State Journal - Report urges WV sentencing, parole reforms
Herald Dispatch - Legislators: $1.5B road bond issue likely dead
Gazette - Tomblin seeing key successes this session
The Intelligencer - Tomblin Touts Session Success
Herald Dispatch - Gov sees key successes this session
State Journal - Senate committee OK’s concussion rules
Gazette - Copper theft bill moves to full Senate
Herald Mail - Martinsburg High School football team congratulated at capitol
Herald Dispatch - Senate approves bill to aid regional jails and substance abuse programs
State Journal - Report urges WV sentencing, parole reforms
Herald Dispatch - Legislators: $1.5B road bond issue likely dead
Gazette - Tomblin seeing key successes this session
The Intelligencer - Tomblin Touts Session Success
Herald Dispatch - Gov sees key successes this session
The Journal - Weekly Legislative Review
Register Herald - Property crimes, equine rescue facility bills pass Senate
Herald Dispatch - Legislators not optimistic about lieutenant gov position
State Journal - WV Senate OK’s underage drinking penalty change
State Journal - Local funds could curb substance abuse, jail costs
The Journal - Weekly Legislative Review
Daily Telegraph - Junk dealers — Legislation targeting sales a necessity
Herald Dispatch - W.Va. Senate passes 911, protective order changes
Daily Mail - Senator proposes plan to fight substance abuse
The Journal - Weekly Legislative Review
The Examiner - W.Va. lawmakers navigate lobby ban, social media
Daily Mail - Senators question driver's license renewal policies
MetroNews - OPEB Moves Through Senate As Promised
Register Herald - Texting bill is revised
State Journal - Senate suspends rules to pass OPEB fix
WVPubcast - Senate prohibits child sex contact
The Intelligencer - Welcome Mat Out in W.Va.
Spirit of Jefferson - Supreme Court issues stay in redistricting case
Daily Mail - High court freezes redistricting ruling
WVPubcast - Senators react to Supreme Court
The Journal - Forging Ahead
State Journal - Redistricting maps start to stack up
MetroNews - A 'More Perfect Plan'
Gazette - Congressional redistricting plan introduced produces grumbling
The Intelligencer - Senators Get New Redistricting Map
WVWatchdod - West Virginia congressional redistricting legislation could be introduced today
The Republic - As fight continues over districts ruled unconstitutional, W.Va. lawmakers weigh alternatives
The Journal - It’s budget time for public libraries
State Journal - Tomblin presents balanced budget to lawmakers as 2012 session starts
MetroNews - 'This Is West Virginia'
Gazette - W.Va. redistricting deadline lifted, but election calendar looms
Daily Mail - Judges give state officials more time for redistricting plan
WVWatchdog - Federal judges remove Jan. 17 deadline for West Virginia congressional redistricting, deny stay
MetroNews - Senate Majority Leader On Redistricting
Martinsburg Journal - W.Va. Congressional redistricting plan voided
Daily Mail - Map could model Unger’s perfect plan
Daily Mail - The Maps
Martinsburg Journal - Reaction to redistricting decision is positive
Martinsburg Journal - W.Va. Congressional redistricting plan voided
State Journal - 3-Judge panel finds Congressional redistricting unconstitutional
MetroNews - Food Tax Goes Down Next Week
Gazette - Both sides agree Marcellus bill just starting point
Parkersburg News - North may gain state Senate seats
MetroNews - 'Draw the Maps For Us'
Bluefield - Senate Redistricting Task Force meets in Mercer County
Gazette - Kanawha to lose part of state Senate district
MetroNews - Lawmakers Could Begin Looking at Redistricting This Week
Gazette - State senators start drafting redistricting plans
AMR - WV Legislators Visit Marlinton To Get Feedback On State Senate Redistricting
Gazette - Redistricting special session might start Aug. 1
Herald Dispatch - Redistricting concerns voiced
Register Herald - Debate on redistricting continues at Tamarack
Gazette - State redistricting not politics as usual, Senate leader says
WVPubcast - EP residents attend redistricting meeting
Martinsburg - Redistricting meetings on tap
Intermountain - Meetings planned to discuss redistricting



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