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August 15, 2013

Report: Expanding CHIP to Public Employees Would Save State Money

Charleston Gazette – Extending CHIP health coverage to eligible children of public employees could save state and local government millions of dollars, depending on how many actually enrolled, according to a report from the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy. Read

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin will consider expanding CHIP coverage, a spokeswoman said.

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