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Earl Ray Tomblin

Williams appointed to W.Va. Public Service Commission

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has appointed Kara Cunningham Williams to the West Virginia Public Service Commission. Williams was named to the post on Friday. She will fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Commissioner Jon McKinney. Williams is an attorney who graduated from Harvard Law School. She practices commercial litigation before state and federal courts. Williams has also served as an adjunct lecturer at West Virginia University College of Law, teaching courses in Payment Systems and Appellate Advocacy. Williams' term expires in 2017. Copyright 2015 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.