Gov. Jim Justice delivers his fourth State of the State Address to a joint session of the West Virginia Legislature in the House of Delegates chamber at the State Capitol in Charleston.
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Gov. Jim Justice wants to let West Virginians know something: Every…
CHARLESTON — Gov. Jim Justice lauded a flourishing economy for the state of West Virginia, b…
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CHARLESTON — Area officials on both sides of the aisle were overall pleased with Gov. Jim Justice's State of the State address Wednesday evening, stating the governor made it clear he has compassion for the people of West Virginia.
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