WVTF (local NPR, VA)


A National Public Radio affiliate serving most of southwestern Virginia.
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Primary geographic focus: Virginia
Organization type(s): Media


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Study: Many Wage Complaints Go Uninvestigated

Michael Pope
WVTF (local NPR, VA)
December 5, 2019
When a worker believes they’ve been cheated out of their pay, they can file a complaint with the state. But a new study finds many of those complaints are never investigated.

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Avoiding Eviction: How Virginia is Making Life Easier for Tenants

Mallory Noe-Payne
WVTF (local NPR, VA)
March 26, 2019
WVTF covers a suite of legislation passed by the Virginia General Assembly to bring clarity to the eviction process and give renters a second chance.

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New Report: Suspension Rates Higher Among Black Students in Virginia

Michael Pope
WVTF (local NPR, VA)
October 25, 2018
Discipline in Virginia’s schools is not colorblind, according to a new report that suggests lawmakers take a closer look at school discipline practices.

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Guest Workers Win in Virginia Court

Sandy Hausman
WVTF (local NPR, VA)
March 25, 2016
The Legal Aid Justice Center has won a $782,000 settlement on behalf of 200 guest workers.



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