On this West Virginia Morning, Randy Yohe spoke to members of both parties that voiced concern over the lack of consideration and debate on dozens of proposed bills during the legislation’s special session this week. The session ended Tuesday around 9:30 p.m.
Curtis Tate spoke with Robert Fernatt, president of the West Virginia Electric Auto Association, about how efforts to build out a charging network for electric vehicles is progressing.
Also, a look at improvements in staffing shortages in the state’s social services as well as updates to West Virginia University’s restructuring efforts.
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