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The West Virginia legislature on Wednesday introduced three bills that would amend several presumptions for first responders.
H.B. 2025 would eliminate language in the law that permits compensable diagnoses of post-traumatic stress disorder to allow for all “licensed mental health providers” to diagnose PTSD, and not just “psychiatrists,” as is stated in current law.
Both H.B. 2128 and S.B. 79 would expand rebuttable cancer presumptions for firefighters to include bladder cancer, mesothelioma and testicular cancer.
All three bills were sent to committees.