This week lawmakers debated tax breaks, sought remedies for a foster care system in crisis, passed a resolution calling for a convention of states and much more. Host Suzanne Higgins is joined by statehouse reporters to recap a week of legislative action.
Higgins is joined by Brad McElhinny of WV MetroNews, Emily Allen of West Virginia Public Broadcasting and Ryan Quinn of The Charleston Gazette-Mail.
Highlights from the roundtable:
- Debate over recreational use of cannabis
- SB 94 – providing persons with physical disabilities ability to vote by electronic absentee ballot
- Education related issues – what’s moving in committees?
- Foster care issues; homeless children
West Virginians living with disabilities gathered at the Capitol this week to advocate for their needs and their rights. Randy Yohe reports.
Monday on the Legislature Today, we'll visit with a Greenbrier County resident who has waited years to get back into his home following the floods of June 2016. And we'll get an update on the recovery program from lawmakers.