Ashton Marra

West Virginia Public Radio

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Statehouse reporter for West Virginia Public Radio

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In the aftermath of a chemical spill, some 300,000 West Virginians were told not to drink tap water, take showers or even wash their clothes. That was five days ago.

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In the aftermath of a chemical spill, some 300,000 West Virginians were told not to drink tap water, take showers or even wash their clothes. That was five days ago.

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