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West Virginia teachers demand affordable health care and higher pay

Teachers from southern West Virginia are staging protests over staggering health insurance premiums and negligible pay raises, amid growing resentment toward the state government and ongoing disparity across Appalachia. Schools in a number of counties, including Logan, Mingo, and Wyoming, are closed on Friday as teachers travel to the Capitol to express anger and frustration […]
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