MetroNews This Morning 4-8-21

Lawmakers burn the midnight oil and the state Senate narrowly passes a reworked plan aimed at reducing and eliminating the state income tax. The Senate also reworked the budget and sent it back to the House. The Legislative session ends Saturday at midnight, but the Governor has given authorization for another day if needed for budget work. Senator Capito on the Biden infrastructure plan, a shooting in Charleston leave a man critically wounded, and a fire in the northern panhandle overnight keeps firemen busy. In Sports, Joe Brocato has an update from the spring football drills at WVU. Those stories and more on today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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