CHARLESTON, WV – Gov. Jim Justice joined West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey today to announce that the State and six local governments reached a $101.35 million settlement with 11 asphalt and paving companies – the largest single-state antitrust settlement in West Virginia’s history.

The settlement resolves allegations that West Virginia Paving Inc., Kelly Paving Inc., American Asphalt & Aggregate Inc., and eight related companies conspired to monopolize the State-approved asphalt and paving market, thus reducing competition and maximizing profits at the taxpayers’ expense.

The agreement includes $101.35 million in cash and credits, along with a mix of non-monetary terms to restore competition.

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