12/16/2018
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12/14/2018 - Modern Healthcare by: Shelby Livingston
WASHINGTON, DC - Health insurance customers generally report poor experiences with their health plans.

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12/14/2018 - NPR by: Steve Findlay
WASHINGTON, DC - Like millions of Americans in this final week of open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act marketplaces, Diane McCabe is shopping for health insurance.

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12/14/2018 - The Register-Herald by: Wendy Holdren
CHARLESTON ,WV - After unanimous passage the Building Our Largest Dementia (BOLD) Infrastructure for Alzheimer’s Act in the U.S. Senate, the legislation now goes to the House of Representatives for consideration.

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12/14/2018 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Ryan Quinn
CHARLESTON ,WV - The West Virginia Board of Education voted Wednesday to recommend state lawmakers provide more money to maintain buildings, purchase supplies, offer vocational education, address students’ mental health and give alternative education to students with discipline issues.

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12/14/2018 - WSAZ
CHARLESTON ,WV - A spam email has gone around nationwide to schools, businesses and other public facilities.

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12/14/2018 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Phil Kabler
CHARLESTON ,WV - Now that the PEIA Task Force has approved what is at least a partial set of recommendations for the state-managed health insurance plan, mainly aimed at addressing some of the participants’ key complaints about the coverage, the question is: What’s next for the health insurer that covers some 280,000 West Virginians?

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12/14/2018 - MetroNews by: Pete Davis
BECKLEY, WV - The Public Employees Insurance Agency Finance Board held its second public hearing on its proposed coverage plans Thursday at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.

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