Here at The Hub, we believe that the laws that govern
West Virginia should reflect the values, hopes and ambitions
of the people of West Virginia.
That’s democracy at it’s finest.
So, why don’t you tell us?
What new policies do you want to see introduced
to make WV a better place to live, love and thrive?
Got an idea you want to get in front of our decision-makers? Are you willing to round up a posse, get organized and get serious about building a more prosperous state?
Let’s hear it.
LATEST NEWS ON POLICY AND GRASSROOTS ORGANIZING IN WEST VIRGINIA
BY: TAYLOR BENNETT, POLICY COORDINATOR, THE HUB Last week we shared with you some exciting steps forward for the transparency of WV government spending. This week SB 474 has us scratching our heads. State Auditor, JB McCuskey has made transparency in government spending one of his top priorities, starting with his new WVCheckbook website. SB
BY: KATELYN CAMPBELL, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT POLICY VISTA, THE HUB Gaining physical access to the Capitol is relatively simple on a normal day – lines to get through metal detectors at the building’s two entry points are typically short – but the process quickly grows lengthy when many visitors are trying to enter the Capitol at
BY: TAYLOR BENNETT, POLICY COORDINATOR, THE HUB In the midst of this historic moment for teachers, public workers, and for labor rights in West Virginia, we’re asking: How does the Legislature function when it’s been taken over by a single issue? While the plight of teachers and other public employees has gained more attention this