By Leah Tuckwiller
The House of Delegates Education Committee had its first reading of Senate Bill 451, comprehensive education reform, ahead of the House floor meeting yesterday, February 6.
The bill was introduced to the House on Tuesday, February 5, where it was met with a motion by Delegate Isaac Sponaugle (D – Pendleton, 55) to postpone the bill indefinitely. Sponaugle was countered by a motion from Delegate Amy Summers (R – Taylor, 49) to table his motion; Summers' motion passed 52-44, with four delegates absent and not voting.
Read more in the Thursday, February 7, 2019, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.