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Table Tennis And A Movement To Ban Vinyl Chloride On This West Virginia Morning


On this West Virginia Morning, the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center is hosting young athletes through Saturday who are competing in the International Table Tennis Tournament. Delaney Wells has more.

Also, in this show, The Allegheny Front, based in Pittsburgh, is a public radio program that reports on environmental issues in the region. We listen to their latest story about a movement to ban vinyl chloride after the train crash and explosion in East Palestine, Ohio.

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Caroline MacGregor is our assistant news director and produced this episode.

Teresa Wills is our host.

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