By TAYLOR STUCK
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice pleased both Republicans and Democrats on Wednesday night with a State of the State address that addressed education, jobs, addiction and tourism, to name a few.
Area legislators, plus Marshall University President Jerome Gilbert, said they were happy with Justice’s agenda.
Del. Matt Rohrbach, R-Cabell, said as the chairman of the Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse Committee, he heard a lot he was excited about, particularly “Jim’s Dream,” a workforce development program for those in recovery.
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