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04/16/2024 - MetroNews by: Katherine Skeldon
CHARLESTON, WV - West Virginia’s Department of Health says the state’s initial implementation for the administration of whole blood on ambulances has so far been successful for two counties who have been utilizing the service after West Virginia became the first to roll out statewide protocols for it.

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04/16/2024 - MetroNews by: Brad McElhinny
CHARLESTON, WV - Lawmakers asked a range of questions about the state’s level of funding for human services, building their cases for financial decisions that could come to a head during special session as soon as next month.

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04/16/2024 - WVNS by: Danielle Sandler
CHARLESTON, WV - The West Virginia Department of Human Services (DoHS) Bureau for Medical Services announced they will start auditing Medicaid waiver providers on the American Rescue Plan Act (APRA).

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04/16/2024 - CNN
WASHINGTON D.C. - The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found no link between COVID vaccines and cardiac deaths among young people.

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04/16/2024 - WVNews
CHARLESTON, WV - April has been designated as alcohol awareness month, and Help4WV is working to raise awareness about responsible alcohol consumption and help those struggling with alcohol abuse in West Virginia.

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04/15/2024 - West Virginia Watch by: Caity Coyne
CHARLESTON, WV - Lawmakers will return to Charleston this weekend for interim meetings, marking their first return to the state Capitol since the 2024 regular session wrapped last month.

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04/15/2024 - MetroNews by: Carrie Hodousek
CHARLESTON, WV - Families for the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) waiver in West Virginia say they hope lawmakers will revisit a 10 percent cut to the program that was approved during this year’s regular 60-day session.

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