Legislation Awaits Governor's Signature as WV Legislative Session Ends

Date: March 11, 2020

The regular 2020 West Virginia Legislative Session ended on Saturday, March 7.

Healthcare was the theme of the session as bills eliminating the IDD backlog, capping copays on insulin, providing dental benefits to Medicaid recipients and reforming the state’s foster care system all passed in both the House and the Senate.

The governor has five days to veto bills presented to him prior to adjournment, bills that contain supplemental appropriations and the budget bill. He has 15 days to veto all other bills.

Click here to learn more about the bills affecting West Virginia’s small businesses.

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