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WV Legislature eyes possible special session

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CHARLESTON, WV -

The regular, 60-day session of the West Virginia Legislature hasn't come to a close, and talk of an extended special session has already started.

Sen. John Unger, D-Berkeley, the Senate majority leader, said during a break in sessions Saturday night that an extended budget session is possible.

Unger said he heard a plan to help Century Aluminum in Ravenswood could be on tap.

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin issued a proclamation earlier this week to extend the legislative session three days in order to work on the state's budget.

Tomblin's office has not confirmed a special session or any legislation relating to Century Aluminum.

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