8/18/2018
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08/17/2018 - The Intelligencer by: Joselyn King
WHEELING, WV - U.S. Sen. Shelley Capito attributes an improving West Virginia economy to Trump tax reforms passed late last year.

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08/17/2018 - The State Journal by: Jake Jarvis
CHARLESTON, WV - U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins is hoping to win the seat on the state’s Supreme Court of Appeals that Justice Robin Davis resigned from earlier this week.

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08/17/2018 - Modern Healthcare by: Susannah Luthi
WASHINGTON, DC - As scrutiny tightens on drug middlemen and the significance of their role in spiking drug costs within Medicare Part D, health insurers are hitting back.

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08/17/2018 - Kaiser Healthnews
WASHINGTON, DC - A federal district court judge in Texas has set Sept. 10 as the date for oral arguments in a case filed by Republican state attorneys general and governors from 20 states. Their lawsuit charges that the Affordable Care Act should be found unconstitutional following Congress’ elimination of the tax penalty for failing to have insurance. That date is less than two months before the critical midterm election that will determine which party controls Congress.

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08/17/2018 - The Metro News by: Brad McElhinny
CHARLESTON, WV - As summer winds down, the PEIA Task Force is still aiming to shape insurance for West Virginia state employees.

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08/17/2018 - The Charleston Gazette by: Phil Kabler
CHARLESTON, WV - Five months after its first meeting, and 60 days before its informal deadline to unveil a permanent “fix” for West Virginia’s Public Employees Insurance Agency, the PEIA Task Force took another incremental step Thursday, by formally receiving a 22-page report summarizing comments from 21 public hearings — the last of which was held June 11 — and more than 3,000 surveys.

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08/16/2018 - The Intelligencer by: Joselyn King
WHEELING, WV - Wheeling attorney Martin Sheehan not only is seeking an appointment to one of two vacant seats on the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, he also has filed for election to the court in November.

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