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MetroNews This Morning 2-23-21

Repairs to severe power line damage continue and Appalachian Power now says it will be the end of this week before full restoration is expected from the recent ice storms in southwestern West Virginia. Senate approves bill making it clear public employee strikes are illegal. State officials talk about the variants of Covid 19 now showing up in West Virginia. Huntington first responders now have help to deal with stress. Governor Justice shares more about his plan to eliminate the state income tax and in sports, WVU gets a commitment from Teays Valley Christian School and prepares to face TCU. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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