West Virginia gov to sign three bills into law
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Republican West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice will sign into law several bills on Friday, such as reducing taxes on arms and ammo manufacturing and establishing a new intermediate state court.
At a bill signing ceremony, he will also sign a third bill that expands the use of telemedicine to all medical personnel.
The bills were approved by lawmakers before the scheduled end of the 60-day legislative session on Saturday.
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