CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WTRF) — West Virginia’s own lawmakers were busy today as the House of Delegates met for their opening day.
The legislative session saw oaths. They also read the resignation letter of former delegate Derrick Evans, who brought national attention to the state for participating in the Capitol riot. Delegates say they will make The legislature adjourned after today’s business and will come back on February 10th for day one of the new session.
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