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MetroNews This Morning 10-14-21

The House prepares to take up a bill from Governor Jim Justice which puts restrictions on vaccine mandates. Wood County school system is the target of a lawsuit over mask mandates. The House and Senate move ahead on redistricting work and redrawing of political boundaries in West Virginia. More trouble at the Clarksburg V-A where the facility is undergoing a safety review. An increase is coming for Social Security and Marshall continues to meet the five finalists to become the next university President. In Sports, Marshall travels today for a match-up with North Texas on Friday night and high school teams prepare for another big weekend in high school football in West Virginia. Those stories and more in our MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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