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On this week's edition of The State Journal's Decision Makers, Host Bray Cary travels to Morgantown to discuss WVU student behavior with Mayor Jim Manilla.

Bray also takes a look at two candidates for office: David Moran, a Libertarian candidate for Governor; and John Raese, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate. Charleston Mayor Danny Jones is on hand to give us his take on the November elections.
     
Plus, Bray focuses on Century Aluminum with Consumer Advocate Byron Harris, and talks about the state's declining health with Dr. Rahul Gupta.