By Matt Young, WV Press Association
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The legislative priorities of West Virginia’s first responders were discussed during this week's meeting of the Joint Committee on Volunteer Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services.
While the absence of a quorum prevented the interim committee from furthering any business during the second day of January’s Interim Legislative Session., Chris Hall, executive director of the W.Va. EMS Coalition, was on-hand to provide updates regarding the needs and challenges of the state’s EMS departments.
“The W.Va. EMS . . .
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