Workers set up security checkpoint at WV Capitol

Charleston Gazette-Mail photo by F. Brian Ferguson Workers were setting up a security checkpoint in the East Wing of the state Capitol on Wednesday afternoon. State officials said Tuesday that beginning Jan. 8, all visitors to the Capitol will have to go through a metal detector and X-ray machine in the Capitol’s West Wing. The secondary East Wing checkpoint will be set up during the legislative session, which begins Jan. 13.
Charleston Gazette-Mail photo by F. Brian Ferguson Workers were setting up a security checkpoint in the East Wing of the state Capitol on Wednesday afternoon. State officials said Tuesday that beginning Jan. 8, all visitors to the Capitol will have to go through a metal detector and X-ray machine in the Capitol’s West Wing. The secondary East Wing checkpoint will be set up during the legislative session, which begins Jan. 13.
Charleston Gazette-Mail photo by F. Brian Ferguson
Workers were setting up a security checkpoint in the East Wing of the state Capitol on Wednesday afternoon. State officials said Tuesday that beginning Jan. 8, all visitors to the Capitol will have to go through a metal detector and X-ray machine in the Capitol’s West Wing. The secondary East Wing checkpoint will be set up during the legislative session, which begins Jan. 13.

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