Exploring Energy Diversity And Musician, Novelist Rob Rufus Talks About The Opioid Epidemic, This West Virginia Morning


On this West Virginia Morning, we chat with Rob Rufus – a West Virginia novelist and punk rocker who talks about the opioid epidemic in his hometown of Huntington. Also, in this show, after generations of a coal-driven economy, state leaders now say energy diversity paves the road for the future.

Finally, The Allegheny Front shares their latest story about a lawsuit against US Steel and possible air quality violations just outside of Pittsburgh.

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