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Boos & Applause

October 26, 2013

Editor’s note: During the course of a week, issues are covered that might not lend themselves to full editorial comment, but they are worthy of The Inter-Mountain weighing in — pro, con or neutral....

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Jan-23-14 12:09 PM

Building roads to big cities do NOT stop poverty; they CAUSE it. Have you even LOOKED at a big city lately? Triple amounts of crime. That's what you call improvement? What is typical democrat. Only sees the $$$$ signs in it; doesn't care about destroying smalltown rural communities of PEOPLE!

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Oct-31-13 8:13 AM

Well, Purenonsense the lack of accessibility has nothing to do with WV culture as we know it. Coal is a finite resource which greatly benefits those who live outside the State. Tourism will benefit greatly from the completion of Corridor H by way of increased income from tourists. Tourism will help preserve the cultural benefits that we now enjoy. Aside from losing your privacy what other benefits do you stand to lose by developing accessibility to the State?

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Oct-26-13 2:10 PM

it's not the 1940's build it WV needs to get it together or be left behind. it's simple. We need the jobs and the revenue.

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