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W.Va. Senate passes bill to cover preexisting conditions, should the ACA be repealed

By WV Public Broadcasting  
   February 27, 2020

The West Virginia Senate passed a bill on Tuesday that seeks to protect West Virginians with preexisting health conditions, in the event the federal law that currently provides those protections is repealed. Senate Bill 284 is on its way to the state’s House of Delegates after passing the Senate 20 to 14 Tuesday afternoon, along party lines. The legislation would only go into effect if the federal Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare," was repealed. 

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