BC-WV--West Virginia News Coverage Advisory 9:30 am, WV
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ELECTION 2020-ELIZABETH WARREN-OPIOIDS
WASHINGTON _ Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has unveiled a new version of her plan to combat America’s opioid epidemic, proposing to spend $100 billion over 10 years on battling the consequences of addiction. Warren’s new opioids measure is modeled on a 1990 law passed to help fight the spread of AIDS and would be paid for using her proposed tax on the wealthiest American households . The U.S. senator from Massachusetts released her new plan Wednesday ahead of a campaign trip to Ohio and West Virginia, where she’ll visit a town that filed a lawsuit against drug companies. By Elana Schor.
CHILD NEGLECT-CHARGE, from CHARLESTON, W.Va. _ Authorities say a West Virginia mom who passed out in a McDonald’s bathroom after doing drugs in front of her kids has been charged with child neglect.
MAGISTRATES-FRAUD CHARGES, from CLARKSBURG, W.Va. _ Two county magistrates in West Virginia have been indicted on federal fraud and conspiracy charges stemming from use of a bonding company operated by the family of one of the magistrates.
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