Lawmakers meet in Bluefield ahead of Legislative sessions

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BLUEFIELD, WV (WVVA) Lawmakers representing both sides of the state line gather in Bluefield to share their plans for the upcoming Legislative sessions in Charleston and Richmond.

The annual Point of View Breakfast, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce of the Two Virginias and the Tazewell Area Chamber of Commerce, also gives area business leaders the chance to openly discuss their concerns.

West Virginia’s Legislature and the Virginia General Assembly each begin its 60 day legislative session on January 9.

WVVA’s Annie Moore is at the annual gathering and will have more on WVVA News at noon. five, and six.

The Chamber of Commerce of the Two Virginias is a recent merger of the Greater Bluefield Chamber of Commerce and the Princeton-Mercer County Chamber of Commerce.

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