Attorney General Morrisey Urges Passage of Legislation to Safeguard First Responders

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey joined a bipartisan coalition of 52 state and territory attorneys general in urging Congress to pass legislation to provide benefits for families of first responders who may have contracted COVID-19 while on the job. 

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