MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Researchers and community leaders in the Morgantown area are hoping the work they’re doing now will eventually improve the health of West Virginia’s children, 25 percent of whom live in poverty.
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Research Confirms Medicaid Expansion Huge Boost for Rural WV
September 26, 2018
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A new report says expanding Medicaid is really paying off for rural West Virginians.
Rural areas typically have real disadvantages – higher unemployment and poverty, fewer doctors and in some cases, financially strapped hospitals.
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