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07/06/2015 - The Charleston Gazette By: Eric Eyre
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Methamphetamine lab seizures are falling fast in West Virginia.
07/06/2015 - The Charleston Gazette By: David Gutman
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The last time West Virginia had to redraw its legislative districts, it spawned five lawsuits that had to be settled by the state Supreme Court. Redrawing the state’s congressional districts three years ago spurred just one lawsuit, but that one had to be settled by the U.S. Supreme Court.
07/06/2015 - The Charleston Gazette By: Erin Beck
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Community volunteers aiming to challenge the stigma surrounding drug addiction are planning an awareness walk to be held on state Capitol grounds next week.
07/06/2015 - The Charleston Daily Mail By: Tyler Bell
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - State and local officials announced a year-long pilot syringe exchange program in Cabell County Thursday that could, if found successful, become a precursor program for counties throughout the state.

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