By DAVID BEARD
The Dominion Post
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The House of Delegates unanimously approved on March 28 a revised version of a previously controversial bill concerning parental notification of unemancipated minors. It goes to the Senate.
Delegates also approved a bill to abolish RESAs. The vote on HB 2711 was 76-24. It goes to the Senate.
They killed a revenue bill submitted by the governor because it would have ended a film tax credit many believe helps the economy. HB 2816 failed, 39-60.
HB 3102, to sell Hopemont Hospital in Terra Alta, was on third reading for passage, but action was delayed a day.
HB 2933, the House tax reform bill, also was on third reading and likewise saw action put off a day.
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