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Commissioner of Agriculture Commissioner Kent Leonhardt to Kick Off Mountain State Maple Days

CHARLESTON, WV (LOOTPRESS) – West Virginia Commissioner of Agriculture Kent Leonhardt and Chef Paul Smith will kick off the 2022 Mountain State Maple Days with a ceremonial tree tapping at 11:30 a.m. on February 19 at Ronk Family Maple Farm in Lincoln County. Paul Ronk is the current WV Maple Syrup Producer’s Association (WVMSPA) president and Chef Paul will be representing the Governor’s newly launched Chef Ambassador program.
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Kent Leonhardt: FCC commissioner degrades freedoms and government

Given today’s political climate, it is more important than ever that we preserve our freedoms of free speech and press at all costs. In particular, West Virginia looks to the leadership of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for a variety of issues related to such freedoms, including the lack of broadband internet access and robocalls that scam thousands of dollars from West Virginians. However, the Biden administration’s decision to re-nominate Gigi Sohn as an FCC commissioner is the last thing our state needs to combat these problems.
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Kent Leonhardt: FCC commissioner degrades freedoms and government

Given today’s political climate, it is more important than ever that we preserve our freedoms of free speech and press at all costs. In particular, West Virginia looks to the leadership of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for a variety of issues related to such freedoms, including the lack of broadband internet access and robocalls that scam thousands of dollars from West Virginians. However, the Biden administration’s decision to re-nominate Gigi Sohn as an FCC commissioner is the last thing our state needs to combat these problems.
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Kent Leonhardt: Step Act doesn't work for West Virginia (Opinion)

The Mountain State is home to more than 23,000 farms that generate over $750 million worth of crops and livestock annually. At just over 95%, our state leads the country in the percentage of family-owned farms. The Sensible Taxation and Equity Promotion (STEP) Act being considered by Congress puts at risk these family farmers who are the backbone of West Virginia agriculture.
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