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West Virginia legislative luncheon in Elkins highlights upcoming session

By BROOKE BINNS

The Inter-Mountain

Delegate Bill Hartman and Sen. Robert Karnes answer questions posed by the Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce during the annual Legislative Luncheon Thursday.
(Inter-Mountain photo by Brooke Binns)

ELKINS, W.Va.  — Elected officials addressed Randolph County constituents Thursday about what they could possibly expect to see happen during the upcoming 2018 West Virginia legislative session.

The discussions took place at the Arts Center in Elkins, as part of the Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Legislative Luncheon. Chamber members and the public were invited to hear from elected officials about their concerns and goals for the upcoming session.

“The Chamber is committed to bringing you, the business community, information that is both current and relevant regarding local and state issues that may affect your business,” said ERCCC President Mike Bell during the event. “This affords us an opportunity to talk with them one-on-one and hear first-hand their thoughts on issues that may come before the state Legislature this session.”

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