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06/26/2017 - Modern Healthcare By: Steven Ross Johnson
WASHINGTON, DC. - Senate Republicans' bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act deals a heavy blow to public health efforts by eliminating key funding created by the landmark healthcare reform bill.

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06/26/2017 - STAT News By: Lev Facher
WASHINGTON, DC. - The health care bill unveiled by Senate Republicans on Thursday includes funding to help tackle the nation’s opioid crisis — but dramatically less than the amount sought by two GOP senators and recovery advocates.

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06/26/2017 - The Journal News By: Danyel VanReenen
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - With the anticipated passing of the FY2018 state budget bill Saturday, the special legislative session is winding to a close. Since January, state representatives from the Eastern Panhandle advocated for many bills dealing with education, tax reform and the state drug epidemic. While some bills will become state law on July 1, others were stalled in committees or voted down.

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06/26/2017 - The Charleston Gazette-Mail By: Carlee Lammers
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, used his appearance in Charleston Sunday night to urge fellow Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., to vote against what he called a “barbaric and immoral” health care bill proposed by Senate leadership last week.

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06/26/2017 - The Register Herald By: Jessica Farrish
BECKLEY, W.Va. - It was the brainstorm of identical twin brothers – a neurologist and a rheumatologist – and their colleague, a pediatric cardiologist at West Virginia University School of Medicine.

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06/26/2017 - The Herald Dispatch By: Bishop Nash
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - What exactly is a motorcycle rodeo? Take whatever image of a typical rodeo comes to mind, and replace the horses with Harleys.

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06/26/2017 - The News and Sentinel
PARKERSBURG, W.Va. - David McClure, president and CEO of Camden Clark Medical Center, has announced he will be leaving the Parkersburg facility by the end of the current year.

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