West Virginia Is Now The 26th Right-To-Work State

US | Connor D. Wolf
WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 26: Members of the Postal Workers Union and postal activists participate in a hunger strike in front of the Rayburn House Office building, on June 26, 2012 in Washington, DC. Postal workers are fasting from June 25 to 28 in hopes of urging Congress to repeal the pre-funding mandate and refund the pension surplus for Postal workers. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

‘More than half of the states have enacted Right to Work’

West Virginia Right-To-Work Bill Could See Second Chance After Veto

Business | Connor D. Wolf
Citizens vote on Election Day. (FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

‘I dispute that West Virginia needs a right-to-work law’

Coal Miners Fight To Save Their Jobs At EPA Carbon Rule Field Hearings

US | Michael Bastasch

‘This isn’t some abstract bureaucratic exercise’

Dem. Senator: EPA Will Come For Natural Gas Next

US | Michael Bastasch

When they’re done driving ‘the stake is through the heart of coal’

'Pro-life' Democrat vetoes abortion restrictions passed by Democratic legislature

US | Caroline May

‘This high profile hypocrisy is producing justified outrage in West Virginia and across the nation’

White House meeting raises hackles of blue dog Democrats, coal industry

Politics | Michael Bastasch
Joe Manchin

‘They’re using every tool they have to destroy the most abundant, reliable and affordable resource that we have’

Lawsuit against EPA delayed until Obama unveils new climate plan

US | Michael Bastasch

Environmentalists and 10 states had planned suit

W.Va. Democrats distance themselves from Obama by skipping national convention - TheDC

Elections | Alex Pappas

W.Va. Democrats distance themselves from Obama by skipping national convention

Tomblin narrowly wins West Virginia governor's race - TheDC

Politics | Alexis Levinson

Republicans had hoped for upset in Democratic-leaning state

Carney says West Virginia special election not a referendum on Obama - TheDC

Politics | Alexis Levinson

‘Special elections are special, and they’re often not indicative of any greater trend’

Appalachian Surprise? - TheDC

Politics | Alexis Levinson

Polls: Candidates locked in dead-heat in traditionally Democratic state

West Virginia gov race locked in dead heat - TheDC

Politics | Alexis Levinson

One-fourth of Dems say they will support Republican in special election

West Virginia prepares for Tuesday's gubernatorial special election - TheDC

Politics | Michael Watson

Both major party governors’ associations pouring money into closest race of the year