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02/01/2023 - WTRF
CHARLESTON, WV - West Virginia lawmakers in the House Judiciary Committee voted Monday to add a ban on hormone therapy to a bill prohibiting gender-affirming surgery for minors before advancing the legislation to the full House of Delegates.

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02/01/2023 - Metro News by: Brad McElhinny
CHARLESTON, WV - Gov. Jim Justice is hoping for an answer soon from the state Senate about his proposal to cut personal income taxes.

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02/01/2023 - WV News by: Charles Young
CHARLESTON, WV - Lawmakers in the House of Delegates passed a bill Tuesday allowing “tactical medical professionals” to carry firearms while on the job.

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02/01/2023 - Metro News by: Jeff Jenkins
CHARLESTON, WV - A transition for WVU Medicine’s Thomas Health System Tuesday with the previously announced closure of the emergency department at St. Francis Hospital in downtown Charleston.

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02/01/2023 - Popular Science by: Laura Baisas
WASHINGTON D.C. - On Monday, President Joe Biden informed Congress that he will end the two national emergencies currently addressing the COVID-19 pandemic on May 11.

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01/30/2023 - WTRF by: Baylee Martin
WHEELING, WV - PEIA funding has remained a top discussion point ever since Jim Kaufman, President and CEO of the West Virginia Hospitals Association, said Wheeling Hospital will no longer accept West Virginia Public Employees Insurance on July 1.

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01/30/2023 - The Weirton Daily Times by: Derek Redd
WHEELING, WV - Gov. Jim Justice has set out around the state touting his plan to cut state personal income tax by 50% over the next three years, but a West Virginia policy research group on Thursday cautioned that such a plan would not benefit those among the state’s most vulnerable.

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