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West Virginia Treasurer Riley Moore and Arizona Treasurer Kimberly Yee today encouraged U.S. Senators Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., to remain strong in opposition to President Joe...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore on Thursday presented a check worth more than $19,000 to the Wyoming County Sheriff’s Department – proceeds generated from the Office’s recent u...
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Bulletin insert to begin running in state newspapers Oct. 14 State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced his Office’s Unclaimed Property Division returned more than $1 million to individuals,...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore on Thursday announced the grand prize winner of this year’s SMART529 “When I Grow Up” essay contest during a Facebook Live event on the WV Treasury Facebo...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced he has joined a coalition of 23 state Treasurers and financial officers to oppose President Joe Biden’s proposal to massively increase the amount of d...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced his Office returned more than $1.3 million in unclaimed property to residents during the month of August. “This is the people’s money and we&rs...
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Tax would affect savings programs offered by the State Treasurer’s Office State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced his opposition to any proposed financial transaction tax currently being di...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore on Wednesday presented an unclaimed property check of more than $235,000 to the Fayette County Commission. Treasurer Moore presenting a $235,825.59 check to Fayette Co...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore on Monday presented a check worth more than $20,000 to the Marion County Sheriff’s Department – proceeds generated from the Office’s recent unclaimed prop...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore today criticized the U.S. Treasury’s new guidance for international multilateral development banks, which seeks to cut off investment in fossil fuel projects in count...
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