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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) — Alex Mooney is running for re-election to West Virginia’s 2nd Congressional District seat. He was first elected to the office in 2014.
In Congress, he serves on the Financial Services Committee, the Budget Committee and the Natural Resources Committee. He has championed himself as an ally to President Donald Trump.
MARTINSBURG — U.S. Rep. Alex Mooney, R-Charles Town, says he’s all ears to hear what his constituents have to say.
WASHINGTON — During a telephone town hall Tuesday evening, U.S. Rep. Alex Mooney, R-W.Va., said he supports President Donald Trump’s decision to end the program which protects 800,000 people brought into the country illegally as children.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Second District Congressman Alex Mooney (R-W.Va.) says he doesn’t believe President Donald Trump will put U.S. troops on the ground in Syria following last week’s air strikes.
2nd District Congressman Alex Mooney (R-W.Va.)
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The last eight years have seen the Obama Administration lead the country through the weakest economic recovery in our nation’s history.
MARTINSBURG - A bill known as the Promoting Responsible Opioid Prescribing (PROP) Act, which was introduced by U.S. Rep. Alex Mooney, R-W.Va., earlier this year, has been enacted as law in West Virginia.
The bill removes reimbursements from pain-management questions.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Two West Virginia congressman told the U.S. House they believe the state will bounce back from the devastating floods.
“We will repair our schools, restock our library shelves, repave our roads and reconstruct our bridges. We will be there for each other,” said Third District Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.).
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., along with U.S. Reps. David McKinley, Alex Mooney and Evan Jenkins, sent a letter to President Barack Obama to express their full support for Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's new request to expand the major disaster declaration to include Clay, Fayette, Monroe, Pocahontas, Roane, Summers and Webster counties.
West Virginia has the highest rate of opioid overdose deaths in the country — more than double the national average. This drug abuse epidemic is a tragedy that we cannot afford to ignore. It ravages our communities, rips families apart, stunts the development of our youth and harms our economy.