Debriefing the 2022 WV Regular Legislative Session – Seniors

Brian Skinner Legislation, Legislature, Seniors

By Brian J. Skinner, Esq. Although more than 20 bills would have affected seniors in one way or another, only Senate Bill 570 (establishing training for law enforcement in handling individuals with Alzheimer’s and dementias) reached the Governor’s desk. The bill authorizes that an Alzheimer’s and dementia law-enforcement training course and guidelines be developed in …Read More

The baby formula shortage is a major concern for families. However, no one in WV discusses a senior citizen’s lack of access to food. There are areas of the state considered food deserts. Seniors may not have transportation to a grocery store 30+ miles away. #seniorcitizens

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My statement on today's overdose data:

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