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05/16/2017 - The Intelligencer
WHEELING, W.Va. - The first day of a reconvened special session of the West Virginia Legislature Monday was anything but special as lawmakers again had no bills to consider when they sat down at their desks to discuss next year’s budget.

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05/16/2017 - The Exponent Telegram By: Victoria Cann
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. - The drug epidemic consuming West Virginia has spawned more than just more drug abusers, dirty needles in public places and broken families.

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05/16/2017 - The Register Herald By: Jessica Farrish
FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. - Fayetteville, named the “coolest small town” in America in 2006 by a travel magazine, also serves as a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. One of those tourists, a native West Virginian, was so charmed by the natural beauty in the area that she and her husband decided to move to the town so she could serve the local residents.

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05/16/2017 - The Logan Banner By: Owen Wells
LOGAN, W.Va. - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey held a roundtable discussion at the Logan County Commission May 12 which covered topics from consumer protection to the opioid epidemic.

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05/16/2017 - The Journal News By: Danyel VanReenen
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Family Medical Residents from Harpers Ferry are giving back to the community by improving the lives of seniors at the Willow Tree Manor nursing and long term care facility.

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05/16/2017 - WVPB By: Ashton Marra
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions highlighted the importance of prevention at a stop in Charleston May 11 before a summit on the opioid epidemic.

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05/16/2017 - CBS News By: Kathleen Doheny
WASHINGTON, DC. - Fewer U.S. babies are dying from SIDS, but certain minorities remain at greater risk, a new study finds.

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