Health insurance numbers up in W.Va.; advocates doubt Census figures

By Anna Sale
Yesterday, the Census Bureau released its annual findings on poverty, income and health insurance trends across the country. For the second year in a row, more Americans had no health insurance. For West Virginia, the census numbers told a different story. They show more West Virginians had health insurance in 2006 than the year before.  But as Anna Sale reports, state health advocates are skeptical.

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