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01/15/2019 - The Hill by: Emily Birnbaum
WASHINGTON, DC - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is going to restart high-risk food inspections this week despite the partial government shutdown, which has forced the FDA to suspend most routine domestic food facility inspections.

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01/15/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Susannah Luthi
WASHINGTON, DC - Capitol Hill lawmakers started out the third week of the new Congress with drug manufacturers on the brain: specifically, oversight of drug-pricing strategies and antitrust scrutiny of the proposed $74 billion Bristol-Myers Squibb acquisition of Celgene Corp.

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01/15/2019 - Modern Healthcare by: Rachel Z. Arndt
WASHINGTON, DC - The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology on Monday updated its standards and specifications to boost interoperability, after soliciting feedback from the healthcare industry.

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01/15/2019 - Modern Healthcare
WASHINGTON, DC - Since it was enacted in 1997, the Children's Health Insurance Program has been largely hailed as a success and enjoyed support from both sides of the political aisle.

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01/15/2019 - Charleston Gazette-Mail by: Phil Kabler
CHARLESTON ,WV - Acting on recent controversy over expensive renovations of West Virginia Supreme Court offices, including some changes that defiled historic integrity, the House Judiciary Committee originated a bill Monday intended to give more authority to the state Capitol Building Commission to oversee Capitol renovations.

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01/15/2019 - MetroNews by: Brad McElhinny
CHARLESTON ,WV - The governor’s bill outlining a new intermediate court of appeals has been introduced, kicking off renewed debate over whether West Virginia needs another layer for its courts system.

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01/15/2019 - The Intelligencer by: Steven Allen Adams
CHARLESTON ,WV - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey wants lawmakers to turn over the state’s Medicaid Fraud Unit to his office.

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