Federal Infrastructure Dollars Headed For West Virginia – Let’s Spend Wisely.
The word “infrastructure” is much in the news these days. The Biden administration has proposed a roughly $2 trillion plan for improving the nation’s infrastructure, in what is being called a “once-in-a-generation investment” in the United States. The plan would directly benefit West Virginia workers and mean more jobs for you, your friends, and the people in your community.
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West Virginia’s Infrastructure Opportunity
Behind every great product or successful business is a solid foundation–a set of systems that ensures things run as smoothly as possible, much like infrastructure. A great restaurant, for example, may be a simple experience for a patron–book a reservation, arrive, dine, pay and leave. As you sit and enjoy your meal, unbeknownst to you (if you have never worked in the service industry), there is a well-oiled ... Continue Reading »
Governor Justice “brutally honest” about prevailing wage repeal.
“I mean really and truly let’s just be brutally honest. We passed the right to work law in West Virginia and we ran to the windows looking to see all the people that were going to come…and they didn’t come. We got rid of prevailing wage, we changed our corporate taxes and we did a lot of different things, and we’ve run to ... Continue Reading »