CHARLESTON —West Virginia Delegates Barbara Evans Fleischauer, D-Monongalia, and Jordan Hill, R-Nicholas, are joining forces with health care activists from West Virginia and Virginia to organize a bus caravan to Canada to help people buy cheaper insulin.

HUNTINGTON – Two years ago during a special election, West Virginia voters gave their stamp of approval to a program Gov. Jim Justice called Roads to Prosperity.

Since then, 541 projects worth $385.1 million spanning 1,185 miles have been completed, according to the West Virginia Department of Transportation, with 293 projects scheduled to be completed by the end of the year and 123 projects scheduled to break ground. That brings the total to $1.1 billion worth of projects either completed or started by the end of 2019.