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MetroNews This Morning 6-10-21

A Virginia bank targeted in a lawsuit by Jim Justice and his family’s companies are pushing back and claiming they will collect the millions they are owed. MSHA is taking steps to address 15 fatal mining accidents nationally this year–and two in the past week in West Virginia. An informal legislative work group is hoping to develop proposals to revitalize coalfield communities. The state Board of Education hears from some amazing West Virginia high school grads who are now presidential scholars. In Sports, Alek Manoah throws well, but again gets a no decision for the Blue Jays. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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