MetroNews This Morning 1-14-22

Lawmaker move quickly to impose bans on abortions after a 15th week of pregnancy. The top man at NUCOR WV loves the people he met in West Virginia. Governor Justice says he’s on the mend and now an even bigger advocate for getting vaccinated and boosted for Covid. Senator Manchin getting more pressure to change his position the filibuster and National Guard members are ready to step in and help out at short staffed West Virginia hospitals and there’s another big snowstorm headed our way. In sports, Marshall falls at home and the Mountaineers head to Kansas this weekend. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.
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