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08/28/2017 - The Journal News By: Jim McConville
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Eastern Panhandle residents relying on federal assistance programs — including Medicaid, SNAP and PELL grants — will have to make do with less under proposed Congressional legislation aimed at cutting these and other federal assistance programs over the next 10 years, say goverment experts.

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08/28/2017 - The Herald Dispatch
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Pea Ridge resident Jeanette Rowsey, a Democrat, announced in a press release Saturday that she will run for a District 17 seat in the West Virginia House of Delegates.

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08/28/2017 - The Register Herald By: Wendy Holdren
BECKLEY, W.Va. - Prevention. Treatment. Law enforcement. These are the three essential elements in Jim Johnson's plan for battling the opioid epidemic in West Virginia.

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08/28/2017 - The Exponent Telegram By: Leah Nestor
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. - The medical profession has had to change its approach to treatment of chronic pain since the start of the opioid epidemic in West Virginia.

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08/28/2017 - The Herald Dispatch
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Prestera Center in Huntington will observe International Overdose Awareness Day on Thursday, Aug. 31, with an afternoon of presentations from local experts and classes for administering naloxone, a drug used to reverse the effects of an opioid-related overdose.

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08/28/2017 - The Times West Virginian By: Kaitlyn Neff
FAIRMONT, W.Va. - Robes for Recovery sponsored a walk-a-thon event Sunday at East-West Stadium that included games, prizes and food to raise funds and awareness for their cause.

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08/28/2017 - The Journal News By: Jeff McCoy
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Fire trucks, police cars, motorcycles, a military jeep, music, counselors, tractor trailers — one of which was being decorated with hand prints from the community– and vendors are just part of what came together at the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Department parking lot to offer an evening of fun and education to families Saturday.

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