Manchin to Promise recipients: Stick around, or pay up

By Anna Sale

asale@wvpubcast.org

Much of Governor Manchin’s State-of-the-State Address focused on what he says has been achieved during his three years in office. If the governor has his way, his fourth year in office will include a significant change to the Promise Scholarship program.

Manchin wants the board that administers the Promise Scholarship to develop a rule requiring recipients of the merit-based scholarship to work in West Virginia following graduation.

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2 Comments on “Manchin to Promise recipients: Stick around, or pay up”

  1. Brandon Says:

    Manchin should work on loosening the state’s grip on the economy so that there will be places other than Wal-Mart to work after graduation.

  2. Ferd B. Says:

    Joe should devote more time to reforming the tax system to attract business (read, employers) to the state – and less to WVU football or his worthless daughter’s fake academic credentials.


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