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On this week's edition of The State Journal's Decision Makers, host Bray Cary looks into the state's declining health with State Journal reporter Andrea Lannom and Dr. Rahul Gupta.
     
State Journal Reporter Taylor Kuykendall factchecks the Maloney campaign on the state's energy portfolio plan.

Bray discusses the literacy with Mary Bond, executive director of Read Aloud West Virginia.

State Sen. Minority Leader Mike Hall, R-Putnam, talks about his race against State Treasurer John Perdue, and W.Va. Supreme Court Justice Robin Davis talks about her reelection effort. Plus a look at the November races Charleston Mayor Danny Jones.