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MetroNews This Morning 4-19-21

The state School Building Authority decides which projects get funded today. Graduation season is arriving and the state BOE is encouraged about the state’s increasing graduation rate. Vaccinations are over a half-Million in West Virginia now, but there is concern since the rate of people getting the vaccine is slacking off. Congressman Mooney stand firm against any more gun laws and Senator Manchin and UMWA President Cecil Roberts will be talking coal in DC today. In Sports, a big weekend for Marshall Soccer and more. These stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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