Gov. Justice discusses PEIA during appearance at state education summit in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN — Gov. Jim Justice floated an idea to help fix the Public Employee Insurance Agency (PEIA) to West Virginia educators  Tuesday: Require spouses who make more than $150,000 to go off PEIA and pay for their own insurance.

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