W.Va. educators ask for more say-so, and Senate votes to bypass committee on big education bill

CHARLESTON — Just a few minutes after a coalition of educators asked to slow down a broad-ranging education bill for a full hearing, the Senate majority voted to bypass what normally would have been the next step in the committee process.

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