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The latest news from West Virginia’s Mountain Party.

Mountain Party welcomes all with open arms – Exponent Telegram

By: Denise Binion – Mountain Party Chair | Exponent Telegram Link Recent events in the West Virginia Democratic Party (WVDP) have progressives wondering whether they belong in the two-party system. Some believe they can change the Party from the inside. The crisis in the WVDP follows a declining trend in the party’s position. The WVDP… Continue reading Mountain Party welcomes all with open arms – Exponent Telegram

GOP ANTI-SPEECH BILL SUPPORTED BY DEMS PASSED, PROVIDES POLITICAL COVER FOR ISRAELI CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

By: Robert E. Smith – Mountain Party Communications Director Montani Semper Liberi (Mountaineers are Always Free), at least that’s what we’re told. West Virginia Republicans led the crusade to pass HB 2933, legislation aimed to stifle free speech by penalizing businesses and public entities who boycott Israel in support of Palestinian human rights. Before the… Continue reading GOP ANTI-SPEECH BILL SUPPORTED BY DEMS PASSED, PROVIDES POLITICAL COVER FOR ISRAELI CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY

Mountain Party Affirms Commitment to Labor on May Day

The Mountain Party, The Working People’s Party, stands in solidarity with workers and their right to collectively bargain on this May Day, known also as International Workers’ Day. Our party will continue to support existing unions and will come to the aid of those unionizing their workplace.  As we honor laborers, we are solemnly reminded… Continue reading Mountain Party Affirms Commitment to Labor on May Day

For The People Act: How It Can Be Improved And Why West Virginia’s Senators Must Support Election Reform

contact@mountainpartywv.net The Mountain Party of West Virginia calls on Senators Joe Manchin (D) and Shelley Moore Capito (R) to work together and propose an amended version of HR1 / S1 that is fair for all political parties and removes any political conflicts of interest. Known as HR1 / S1, the “For the People Act” is… Continue reading For The People Act: How It Can Be Improved And Why West Virginia’s Senators Must Support Election Reform

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