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Cardinal Institute Nominated for the Gregor G. Peterson Prize in Venture Philanthropy!

The Cardinal Institute for West Virginia Policy is proud to have been nominated for the 2020 Gregor G. Peterson Prize in Venture Philanthropy. We could not have accomplished all of our work in the Mountain State without the support of fellow Mountaineers dedicated to liberty! You can learn more… Read More
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“The Federalist” Cites Cardinal Institute Research re: Occupational Licensing

Many of us have known for quite some time that state occupational licensing agencies yield absurd regulatory authority and put illogical hurdles in the place of of striving workers/entrepreneurs. This sad reality recently came to a head in West Virginia. Jayme Metzgar, senior contributor for the pop… Read More
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Op-Ed: Help Comes From Next Door

During the Covid-19 crisis, citizens looked many places for help, especially towards the federal government, however, neighbor-helping-neighbor is the American way. Read More
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Media Mention: Cardinal Institute Responds to Right-to-Work Ruling

In the Wheeling Intelligencer, Steven Allen Adams, reporter, covered reactions from organizations across the state in light of the recent West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruling that right-to-work was, indeed, constitutional. “Workplace freedom does not stop at the doorstep of labor unions, an… Read More
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Radio: Cardinal Board Member, Bill Cole, on Talkline with Hoppy Kercheval

Former West Virginia Senate President and current Cardinal Institute board member, Bill Cole, joined the statewide radio program, Talkline w/ Hoppy Kercheval, to discuss the final resolution in West Virginia’s long battle to make West Virginia a Right-to-Work state and ensuring workplace freed… Read More
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Op-Ed: COVID-19 Necessitates Review of Certificate-of-Need Laws

In this piece originally published in Morgantown’s Dominion Post, Cardinal’s communications associate, Amanda Kieffer, argues that the COVID-19 crisis means that West Virginia must take a hard look at its certificate-of-need laws which often restrict the ability of the healthcare profess… Read More
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Second Letter to Governor: Waivers of Certain Statutory Requirements for Effective COVID-19 Response

In collaboration with American’s for Prosperity-West Virginia, the Cardinal Institute sent a letter with several suggestions to Governor Justice as to the best ways to respond to the novel coronavirus crisis. The suggestions ranged from expanding scope of practice for pharmacists to expediting… Read More
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Letter to the Governor: Necessity and Urgency of Indefinite Suspension of Certificate-of-Need

March 25, 2020 To: The Honorable Governor James C. Justice Subject: Necessity and Urgency of Indefinite Suspension of Certificate-of-Need   Dear Governor Justice, In recognition of the unprecedented challenges facing the citizens of West Virginia caused by COVID-19, it is imperative that the st… Read More
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We’re Hiring!

Cardinal Institute for WV Policy is looking to hire a Community Engagement Manager to help us with our outreach efforts across West Virginia. If you like to win friends and influence people, believe in free-market principles, and love the Mountain State, this may be just the job for you! Read… Read More
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Op-Ed: West Virginia Needs to Celebrate Its Heroes

In this opinion piece originally published in the Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Cardinal’s executive director, Garrett Ballengee, argues that the state of West Virginia must do a better job of giving its young people hope and inspiration. This is especially true when West Virginia has such impre… Read More