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Medicare eligibility switch could cost W.Va. dearly

December 7, 2012
By IAN HICKS - Special to the Herald-Star , The Herald-Star

WHEELING - A proposal by federal lawmakers to raise the Medicare eligibility age from 65 to 67 to help avoid the so-called "fiscal cliff" could add $1 billion or more to West Virginia's long-term obligations to its future retirees, figures provided by the state Public Employees Insurance Agency indicate.

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