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August 21, 2018

In the News Today – August 21, 2018

Approved $115 Million Settlement Reserves Only 13 Percent of Cash for Victims: The recently-approved $115 million settlement involving the health insurer Anthem’s 2015 data breach reserves only 13 percent of funds to reimburse any victims who paid for security monitoring services. Most of the settlement will be used to pay for credit monitoring services for two more years. (Bank Info Security)

West Virginia Senate President Hopes to Start State Supreme Court Impeachment Trials By Mid-September: The West Virginia Senate has approved rules for the impeachment trials of state Supreme Court Chief Justice Margaret Workman and Justices Beth Walker and Allen Loughry. Senate President Mitch Carmichael said he hopes to begin the trials in mid-September. (West Virginia Record)

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