By JIM BISSETT
The Dominion Post
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Gov. Jim Justice made a Morgantown stop March 29 as part of his ongoing Save our State tour.
He told a standing-room-only audience at WVU that his budget proposals for his year’s state Legislative session could pull West Virginia out of generations of fiscal mediocrity.
“We are too blooming good to be last,” he said.
Riley Keaton, a WVU freshman from Spencer, Roane County, who has already run for state office, agreed.
After graduation, he’s going back home.
“I want to be a West Virginian who stays here to be part of the solution,” he said.
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