2012’s Slide Continues Into June – Total nonfarm employment fell for the fifth straight month, as West Virginia lost 1,200 jobs in June. June marked the third straight month with job losses over 1,000, the first time that has happened since early 2009. Nonfarm employment has been below its pre-recession level since April. Unemployment in the state crept up to 7.0 percent, a small increase over May’s rate. Read
The Supreme Court’s ruling last month to uphold the Affordable Care Act was an important decision for thousands of West Virginians who are unable to secure health insurance. The expansion of insurance coverage, particularly through Medicaid, will make it easier for West Virginians to find health insurance coverage, which has been growing more difficult to do in the past decades.
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