By Ryan Quinn, Charleston Gazette-Mail
May 6, 2020
Over 230,000 West Virginia students, including all public school children in Kanawha, Cabell and 41 other counties, will each get about $313 in federal money for groceries, the state announced Monday.
“It’s unbelievable, that’s all there is to it,” Gov. Jim Justice said in praising the relief.
State schools Superintendent Clayton Burch said, “It’s going to pump about $72 million into West...