In The News

February 2019
The Washington Post: Sen. Capito ‘hopeful’ Trump will sign bipartisan border security deal
The State Journal: Parsons, WV, to receive $350,000 in federal funding to support flood recovery
The State Journal: Federal agency to work with WV, other states to identify broadband availability
Metro News : Capito applauds efforts on border security deal
Local DVM: Agreement reached to avoid another government shutdown
Beckley Register-Herald: West Virginia selected for collaboration to update broadband map
The Martinsburg Journal : Capito joins bipartisan group reintroducing carbon capture legislation
Beckley Register-Herald: ReConnect broadband program deadline extended by USDA
The Martinsburg Journal : Capito announces $8.3 million for food repairs
Wheeling Intelligencer: Capito Secures $8.3 Million for Flood Repairs in Marshall, Tyler Counties
Huntington Herald-Dispatch: Funds to help repair flood-damaged roads in 2 W.Va. counties
Local DVM: President Trump requests $500M for childhood cancer research
Metro News : Global technology company opening location in downtown Charleston
Daily Mail Opinion Page of the Charleston Gazette-Mail: Capito Column: Forget the old stereotypes: Let’s change the narrative.
January 2019
The State Journal: WV's congressional representatives request state funeral for last World War II Medal of Honor recipient
Huntington Herald-Dispatch: Bill to honor Medal of Honor recipients
Metro News : Capito supports Barr as attorney general
Metro News: Congress tries novel approach to wall controversy–regular order of business
Martinsburg Journal: Capito to chair infrastructure subcommittee
Herald-Mail Media: Sen. Capito seeks to extend rural-broadband program deadline
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