May 2012
State Journal (WV);5/18/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 20, p26
The article offers news briefs from the U.S. Ag lab renovation in Charleston requires eight million dollars for the renovation of its laboratory. Andrew Loudin, State Police Concealed Pistol License, is released from the Ruby Memorial Hospital. A new Consumer Protection Division is opened by Darrell McGraw, attorney general, in Martinsburg, West Virginia.


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