On this week’s show, we learn about a new bill that seeks to end syringe exchange programs and the ramifications of this action. Next, we discuss why Americans have experienced over one trillion dollars in credit card debt. In addition, we explore a new Senate bill that could help disabled West Virginia veterans pay for college. Then, we visit the Mountaineer Food Bank, which is the largest emergency food provider in the state, and how they are helping remedy food insecurity in the state. As American Heart Month comes to an end, we bring you a story on how the African American community is at greater risk of congenital heart disease. Lastly, we report on an award-winning filmmaker and how her documentary spins a hopeful narrative on West Virginia's coal industry.