Drug dealers destroy families through opioids–like fentanyl–flowing into our country and state through an unchecked border. The hopelessness so many in West Virginia feel, leading them to turn to drug abuse, is a multifaceted problem requiring a comprehensive, compassionate response from the whole of our population: churches, mental health organizations, treatment centers, halfway homes, and long-term supports. People are not disposable and West Virginians do not believe in lost causes.
Political Dynamics Heat Up as Riley Moore’s Poll Numbers Fall & West Virginia for Life’s Unprecedented Endorsement Raises Questions
Charleston, WV September 20, 2023 — After confirmation that West Virginians for Life’s (WVFL) would send out questionnaires to all candidates in the WV-2 race and would hold their endorsement