MetroNews This Morning 5-27-22

The leader of the Catholic Church in West Virginia is openly calling on the Governor to call a special session of the legislature to act on an assault weapons ban for West Virginia in the wake of the Texas school shooting. There is more talk of gun control measures on Capitol Hill and possibly some softening of long held positions, we’ll talk more about where West Virginia’s delegation stands in the conversation. In Charleston, an unidentified woman is credited with stopping a massacre when she pulled her own firearm and shot a man who had opened fire on a birthday/graduation party. Plus Memorial Day travel today and the West Virginia Turnpike expects an increase of 30 to 40 percent in traffic.

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