MetroNews This Morning 7-22-21

A federal judge blocks West Virginia’s new law which forbids transgender girls from playing on the girls team in school sports. A procedural vote on an infrastructure measure in the U.S. Senate fails and Senator Capito says she wants to see more of what’s in it. More prizes awarded in the Do it For Babydog Vaccination Sweepstakes. The President of West Virginia State is under fire from members of her own cabinet after less than a year on the job. Martinsburg has a new Mayor and the city of Cameron struggles to recover from a devastating flood a month ago. In Sports, the run for Best Virginia in the TBT comes to a disappointing end in Charleston. Those stories and more in today’s edition of the MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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