Union Wants Public Bids For Road Contract, Thursday, December 23, 2004, Charleston Gazette, Toby Coleman, Staff Writer

Union Workers Will Be Used For Mon General Expansion Project, Wednesday, November 17, 2004, Morgantown Dominion Post

The Outsourcing Issue
, Sunday, October 31, 2004, Sunday Gazette Mail, Paul Wilson, Business Editor

Claimants Not Only Cheaters
, Monday, September 28, 2004, Charleston Daily Mail, Letters to the Editor

AFL-CIO Questions Rival Group's Finances, Sunday, September 27,2004, Charleston Gazette Mail, Paul Wilson, Business Editor

Corporate Tax Breaks Rise
, Thursday, September 23, 2004, Charleston Gazette, Paul Wilson Business Editor

Review Could Catch Comp Cheaters, Tuesday, September 21, 2004, Charleston Daily Mail, Brian Bowling

Job Marketing, Sunday, September 19, 2004, Charleston Gazette Mail, Paul Wilson Business Editor

Development Office Hopes to Recover Part of Grant
, Sunday, August 22, 2004, Charleston Gazette, Paul Wilson Business Editor

Workers Comp Should Make All Business' Pay, June 30, 2004, Charleston Daily Mail, Steve White, Letter to the Editor

Feds Study Grants to Builders' Trades Group
, June 27, 2004, Sunday Gazette-Mail, Paul Wilson, Business Editor

Self-Insureds Oppose Comp Debt Payoff Plan
, May 2004, The State Journal, Beth Gorcayca 

Comments about workers wrong 
, Wednesday May 24, 2004, The Charleston Gazette, Letter to the Editor by Steve White, Director.

Labor Blames Chamber
, Wednesday May 19, 2004, The Charleston Daily Mail, Brian Bowling.

McGraw Wins, Battle Rages
, Thursday May 13, 2004, The Charleston Gazette, Chris Wetterich, Staff Writer.

McGraw Overcomes Negative Ads to Defeat Rowe, Wednesday May 12, 2004, The Charleston Gazette, Chris Wetterich, Staff Writer.

Study Finds More Workers Uninsured
, AP Tuesday May 5, 2004

Wise Taps Funds He Chided Underwood For Using, Sunday, May 2, 2004, Paul Wilson, Business Editor.

Greedy Companies Set High Rates, Friday, April 23, 2004, The Charleston Gazette, Editorial by Kenny Perdue, Secretary- Treasurer of the AFL-CIO.

Fighting For Working Families, February 1, 2004 Remarks by Senator Robert C. Byrd from the floor.

Water Pollution Limits
, Friday, February 27, 2004, The Charleston Gazette, Article by Ken Ward

Clean Election Bill Heads to Senate, Wednesday, February 25, 2004, The Charleston Gazette; Article by Phil Kabler

The Forgotten Man, January 22, 2004; Senator Robert Byrd's comments about the plight of working people to open the Senate debate on pension funds.