MetroNews This Morning 1-26-22

The state Senate advances legislation to lift a ban on nuclear power plants in West Virginia. The state Democratic Party urges Senator Joe Manchin to get behind President Biden’s stalled Build Back Better plan. Money in the bi-partisan infrastructure bill will mean big dollars toward completing Corridor H in West Virginia. West Virginia’s tobacco report card isn’t good. The DHHR struggles to retain staff and the National Guard spells weary hospital workers in the Mountain State. In Sports, WVU readies for Oklahoma. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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