- Associated Press - Tuesday, February 3, 2015

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Students, teachers and volunteers from 18 counties are due at the Capitol in Charleston for Girls’ Day at the Legislature.

The West Virginia Women’s Commission says the day Tuesday is the inaugural event. It will include a youth forum for students to discuss issues. Visitors also will see both chambers of the Legislature in action.

Tara Martinez is executive director of the West Virginia Women’s Commission. She says the day not only lets students experience the Legislature, but to also begin what she calls a “long-term conversation” on important issues.

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