Eastern Panhandle Pipeline Construction Creates Tension Between Landowners, Developers

Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, pipeline protesters have been camped along the Potomac River in Maryland and West Virginia all summer long. They don’t want to see the 3.5-mile TransCanada natural gas pipeline built underneath the river. Liz McCormick reports, pipeline supporters argue the line is critical to expanding natural gas resources to businesses and homes in the growing Eastern Panhandle. 

We also hear this week's Mountain Stage Song of the Week -- Billy Bragg and Joe Henry performing John Hartford’s “Gentle on My Mind”.