By DOUGLAS SOULE
The Daily Athenaeum
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — When Don Blankenship came to the WVU Mountainlair, so did protesters.
Minutes after Blankenship, a Republican U.S. Senate candidate and the former CEO of Massey Energy, began talking during a town hall on Thursday, a protester left her seat to place roses on Blankenship’s podium.
“These are for Richard K. Lane,” said the protester, who then walked out of the room.
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