COVID Scapegoats And Children’s Charities Explored This West Virginia Morning
On this West Virginia Morning, we look at the upgrades two coal-burning power plants need to stay in operation and a new digital death records system to streamline and automate the system.
We’ll also hear and excerpt of an Us & Them episode dealing with death threats and harassment of local officials based on decisions they’ve made regarding the pandemic and an interview with Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. about touring for the holidays and his charity for children.
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