By JOSELYN KING and ALAN OLSEN
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
WHEELING, W.Va. — Ohio County Schools officials continue to prepare for a planned two-day teacher walkout set for today and Friday, while teachers and school service employees are strategizing for additional rolling walkouts in selective counties starting Monday if the West Virginia Legislature fails to address their calls for lower health care premiums and higher pay.
“Any such action would be consistent with my duty as attorney general to uphold the rule of law and designed so as to ensure our students have access to the education they are entitled to by our state’s constitution,” Morrisey said.
“Breaking the law does not set a good example for our children.”
Ohio County Schools Superintendent Kim Miller told board of education members called for a special meeting Wednesday morning the district plans to resume its regular schedule on Monday.
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