The logo features a coal miner superimposed on the map of West Virginia with Kanawha County highlighted.
"Purchased with coal severance taxes" will appear beneath the logo.
The Legislature passed this tax in part to fund projects in mining communities. This logo is a reminder of where the money came from.
The logo also should keep some politician from slapping his name on the vehicle.
HOUSE Minority Leader Tim Armstead, R-Kanawha, told MetroNews he stands behind Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's inquiry into the safety of the state's two abortion clinics.
"As long as abortions are required by law to be legal, there needs to be oversight to insure the procedure doesn't harm the woman," Armstead said.
West Virginia is one of nine states that has no restriction on how late in a pregnancy a woman can abort her baby. It has two clinics, both in Charleston.
Surely, Morrisey will seek a way to assure safety without adding another volume of rules and regulations to the state code.
OFFICIALS often try to convince out-of-state and international business organizations to invest in the Mountain State.
But there is one international business that, fortunately, doesn't have much of a presence here. The national Drug Intelligence Center identified more than 1,000 U.S. cities where Mexican druglords have a presence.
West Virginia was one of four states with no presence. Vermont and the Dakotas were the others.
The state cannot even get Mexican drug cartels to move here. Whew!