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06/14/2019 - Modern Healthcare By: Susannah Luthi
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. House of Representatives passed a $99.4 billion HHS appropriation bill with several amendments including reversing a longtime ban on developing a national patient identifier, money for hospital emergency departments dealing with opioid overdoses, and a nod to the anti-vaccination controversy.

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06/14/2019 - The Register-Herald By: Travis Crum
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Cabell County employees will soon be giving up their county-managed health insurance for state-run coverage after two commissioners supported switching providers Thursday.

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06/14/2019 - The Intelligencer: Wheeling News-Register By: Joselyn King
WHEELING, W.Va. - Delegate Randy Swartzmiller thinks the upcoming special legislative session on education betterment also would be an opportune time to re-examine legislation eliminating taxes on Social Security benefits for West Virginians.

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06/14/2019 - WV Metro News By: Hoppy Kercheval
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - It’s Wednesday afternoon at the United States Capitol. The U.S. Senate had just voted 77-19 to confirm Thomas Barber as a U.S. District Judge in Florida.

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06/14/2019 - WV Metro News By: Brad McElhinny
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - House Speaker Roger Hanshaw says delegates will consider an omnibus education bill passed by the state Senate as well as individual bills when a special session resumes next week.

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06/13/2019 - The Herald-Dispatch
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. - In a few weeks, babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) will be able to recover in Thomas Memorial Hospital's new NAS Special Care Unit.

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06/13/2019 - The Charleston Gazette-Mail By: Ryan Quinn
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - National American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten flew into West Virginia on Wednesday and argued against parts of the state Senate’s education bill, which she called “a mockery” and “a sham.”

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