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With only one week left in the 2019 West Virginia Legislative session, lawmakers are working down to the wire to get bills passed. We take a look at the controversial "Campus Carry Bill," but first, we see what changes are coming to the mountain state's budget.

In segment 1, Delegate Eric Householder (R-Berkeley) talks about eliminating the social security tax and reducing the coal severance tax.

In segment 2, Delegate Linda Longstreth (D-Marion) talks about her impressions of the budget process and pay raises for state employees.

In segment 3, Delegate Jim Butler (R-Mason) talks about why he supports the "Campus Carry Bill" or House Bill 2519, the Campus Self Defense Act.

In segment 4, Delegate Danielle Walker (D-Monongalia) talks about why she opposed the "Campus Carry Bill" and believes that the colleges and universities should get to decide.

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