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01/23/2023 - Metro News by: Hoppy Kercheval
CHARLESTON, WV - The West Virginia House of Delegates Health and Human Resources Committee has approved a bill (HB 2007) that would prohibit physicians from performing “gender reassignment surgery” on anyone under 18.

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01/23/2023 - Reuters
WASHINGTON D.C. - The U.S. health regulator on Monday proposed the use of one dose of the latest updated COVID-19 shot annually for most people, similar to the influenza immunization campaign, as it moves to simplify the country's vaccination strategy.

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01/20/2023 - The Parkersburg News & Sentinel by: Brett Dunlap
PARKERSBURG, WV - U.S. Representative Alex Mooney said he wants to open opportunities for business to grow and address the needs of the people of West Virginia as he recently took his oath to represent this area in the House of Representatives.

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01/20/2023 - Mountain State Spotlight
CHARLESTON, WV - In today’s edition of Statehouse Spotlight, lawmakers have moved a bill that would ban doctors from performing surgery to treat gender dysphoria.

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01/20/2023 - The Dominion Post
MORGANTOWN, WV - The Legislature is back in session, which means it's time for the return of "The Good, the Bad and the Stupid "—a weekly roundup of bills moving through the state's capitol, categorized by whether we believe the legislation to be something good for the state, bad for the state or just plain stupid.

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01/20/2023 - Charleston Gazette Mail by: Courtney Hessler
CHARLESTON, WV - A bill passed by the state Senate would allow paramedics and other medical staff to carry firearms while working with police.

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01/20/2023 - The Hill by: Chia-Yi Hou
COLUMBUS, OH - A measles outbreak in Ohio is raising concerns about the spread of the disease and how a decline in vaccination rates among children might be leading to additional outbreaks.

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