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The West Virginia House of Delegates passed legislation Friday to ban gender-confirming care for minors a day after dozens of people spoke against the bill at a public hearing. 

The House voted 84-10 to pass the bill. Six delegates were absent. The legislation will now move to the Senate for consideration.

Leann Ray is the breaking news editor. She can be reached at 304-348-4882 or Follow @Leann_Ray on Twitter.


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