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W.Va. Workers Get Insurance Break

Teachers, other public employees avoid health care premium increases for the third straight year

October 19, 2013

CHARLESTON (AP) — State and public school employees covered by West Virginia’s public employee insurance plan likely will see no increases in their health insurance premiums next year....

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wvhoopie2

Oct-20-13 6:11 PM

How many times have a city, BOE, county, state or federal government cut cost and gave it back to the taxpayer?

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F15Eagle

Oct-20-13 9:33 AM

easy, now easy, kids.

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WVEXPAT

Oct-19-13 8:56 PM

Wonderwhy - no, because you and YOUR ilk ARE public teachers! That is a terrifying thought!

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dyingov

Oct-19-13 4:16 PM

wunda, What the heck does troll and wraith have to do with you searching the net and reading the story about the co-pays increasing? LOL

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TrollSlayer

Oct-19-13 12:54 PM

Yes, wonderwizard. And we want all old people to die and children to starve and the Earth to burn up. My "ilk"? lol... yawn... zzzzzz.......

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wonderwhy

Oct-19-13 12:09 PM

toolplayer- No, the comment was made because your ilk are against public teachers. Got it?

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wonderwhy

Oct-19-13 12:07 PM

dyin...really? the press only gives half the story? LOL. Like the Opinion piece on the front page two days ago?! That tool and duwhop flooded the comment section. Got it! LOL

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TrollSlayer

Oct-19-13 10:13 AM

I'm sure wonderwizard thinks this had something to do with Obamacare... LOL

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dyingov

Oct-19-13 9:18 AM

Wunder, Do a search on "WV PEIA co-pay increases" and you will see the "whole" story! Maybe the peeps don't use the insurance as much because they have higher out of pocket co-pays......

When the press only gives you half of the story!

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wonderwhy

Oct-19-13 7:57 AM

This will disappoint the teabillies......

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dyingov

Oct-19-13 7:47 AM

"For active employees, medical claims costs dropped 2.7 percent and prescription drug expenditures fell 4.2 percent."

So why no decrease in premiums?

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