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Bray Cary covers political corruption, WV's drug problem and speaks with some inspiring West Virginians

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On this episode of Decision Makers Bray speaks with several guests including Booth Goodwin, Senators Mitch Carmichael and Bill Cole, an extraordinary group of guests from the Special Olympics and an inspiring young man named Julian Harrington.

Samantha Jarrell has been a part of the Special Olympics since she was four-years-old.  Her mother Donna has been volunteering for almost 35 years.  Their amazing story is the focus of our first segment.

U.S. Attorney for Southern West Virginia Booth Goodwin joins Bray to speak about Oceana and the drug problem facing West Virginia.  Goodwin and Bray also speak about political corruption in West Virginia.

Charleston Mayor Danny Jones talks with Bray about political corruption and how current laws make it difficult to prosecute corruption.  He also speaks about the MSA moving statistical lines around which affect the Charleston area.

Senators Mitch Carmichael and Bill Cole stop by to talk with Bray about the highway systems and the taxes it might bring.  They also talk about attempts to make West Virginia more business friendly.  In their second segment, Senators Carmichael and Cole speak about political corruption and its effect on democracy.

Bray talks to Julian Harrington about the charity work that he has been doing since he was seven years old.  He has helped contribute to the Haiti relief, Japan relief, has even made blankets for the elderly in his community and donated $1,000 to Project Lifesaver.