A legislative audit found that the Postal Act was enacted by the law of West Virginia in 2001 with the expectation that 75% of jobs would come from state-funded local public works projects.
The Charleston Gazette reports state that the audit found the legislation to be completely ineffective and recommends that it be repealed.
While the inspection was being presented on Tuesday, a Roman Roman prezioso caller asked the Senate to reject it, raising questions about its accuracy and whether it was politically motivated. His offer was rejected.
Tim Miley, Leader of Home Minority, recommended that the law be attempted to make the legislation more effective rather than repealing it.
The report says that inefficiencies due to multiple factors, including provision in law are necessary to comply with federal mandates.
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