PEIA board OKs $120M health plan cuts
The Associated Press
As a state budget standoff drags on, West Virginia is again teeing up larger cuts to health plans that would hike premiums and copays for about 230,000 state employees, teachers and retirees.
West Virginia's Public Employee Insurance Agency Finance Board on Wednesday approved $120 million in cuts from health plans. The board also passed a backup plan, should more money come its way in the state...