Justice visits Marshall


Gov. Jim Justice, pictured at the podium alongside Marshall University President Dr. Jerome Gilbert, speaks to those gathered on Wednesday at MU for Justice’s town hall meeting discussing the governor’s Roads to Prosperity bond issue. Voters will decide the isssue during a special election on Oct. 7. If the constitutional amendment passes, it would provide for the improvement and construction of roads in the state by the issuance of bonds not to exceed $1.6 billion. Justice’s visit was hosted inside the J. Churchill Hodges Atrium of the Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex. Justice graduated from Marshall University and was captain of the golf team for two years before earning his undergraduate degree and a Masters in Business Administration.

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Gov. Jim Justice, pictured at the podium alongside Marshall University President Dr. Jerome Gilbert, speaks to those gathered on Wednesday at MU for Justice’s town hall meeting discussing the governor’s Roads to Prosperity bond issue. Voters will decide the isssue during a special election on Oct. 7. If the constitutional amendment passes, it would provide for the improvement and construction of roads in the state by the issuance of bonds not to exceed $1.6 billion. Justice’s visit was hosted inside the J. Churchill Hodges Atrium of the Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex. Justice graduated from Marshall University and was captain of the golf team for two years before earning his undergraduate degree and a Masters in Business Administration.
http://www.mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/24/2017/09/web1_9.7-PPR-Justice.jpgGov. Jim Justice, pictured at the podium alongside Marshall University President Dr. Jerome Gilbert, speaks to those gathered on Wednesday at MU for Justice’s town hall meeting discussing the governor’s Roads to Prosperity bond issue. Voters will decide the isssue during a special election on Oct. 7. If the constitutional amendment passes, it would provide for the improvement and construction of roads in the state by the issuance of bonds not to exceed $1.6 billion. Justice’s visit was hosted inside the J. Churchill Hodges Atrium of the Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex. Justice graduated from Marshall University and was captain of the golf team for two years before earning his undergraduate degree and a Masters in Business Administration. Courtesy
Talks ‘Roads to Prosperity’