MetroNews This Morning 7-2-20

A clerical error causes a Constitutional violation by the Justice Administration. Governor Justice wants to use part of the pandemic money for road work–a plan which is drawing fire. Covid 19 concerns abound with the 4th of July weekend about to happen. Debate and actions continue in West Virginia and around the nation on statutes which honor the Confederacy. In Sports, Wheeling native Michael Grove reports for spring training with the Dodgers. Those stories and more in today’s edition of MetroNews This Morning.

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