State Delegate Representing West Virginia's 65th House District
Paid for by Upson for WV, Laura Galvin, Treasurer
When you chose me to represent you just two short years ago, many of you told me that your biggest concern was our economy. I immediately went to work and helped pass bills that would result in greater income opportunities for Jefferson County’s working families.
Some of these include:
Allowing Uber/Lyft and other ride sharing companies to operate in WV (co-sponsor.
Crowd funding for small businesses to raise capital.
Fireworks sales to bring new jobs and provide new revenue to veterans and volunteer fire departments.
Veterans preference hiring (lead sponsor).
Education reform for the implementation of computer science instruction in our public schools to prepare kids for the growing opportunity in STEM fields.
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Election Day: Tuesday, November 8, 2016 from 6:30am to 7:30pm
Early Voting: October 26th - November 5th at the Courthouse from 9am to 5pm
Brought predictability to our business climate with tort reform measures.
Increased competitiveness with neighboring states by passing Right To Work.
Created sunset provision to eliminate unnecessary and obsolete regulations.
Fought protected our horsemen/women and their families.
Increased criminal penalties for those who prey on our elderly citizens.
Led the fight for transparency in government and ethics reform.
Prioritized resources to address substance abuse crisis:
- Provide pregnant women priority to substance abuse treatment.
- Provide insurance coverage of abuse-deterrent opioid analgesic drugs.
- Allow physicians to decline prescribing a controlled substance.
Recently named "CHAMPION OF PROSPERITY' by our small business community, The Eastern Panhandle Business Association.