<h1>Health insurance for more than 230,000 West Virginians is at risk under the proposed House Republican replacement plan.<\/h1>\r\nWest Virginians deserve answers about how changes will impact them. A series of town hall meetings sponsored by the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy will be held throughout the state in hopes West Virginia\u2019s congressional delegation will attend and provide answers.\r\n\r\nSenators Joe Manchin and Shelley Moore Capito have been invited to the following town hall meetings. Representatives Evan Jenkins, David McKinley, and Alex Mooney have been invited to meet with constituents in their districts.\r\n\r\nOn Thursday, Apr. 6, a town hall is planned in Hinton, at 6:30 p.m. at The Memorial Building, 451 1st Street.\r\n\r\nOn Tuesday, Apr. 18, a town hall is planned in Lewisburg, from 5:30-7 p.m., at a location to be determined.