By RYAN QUINN
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The education overhaul bill (Senate Bill 451) isn’t the only education legislation that’s been moving through the Legislature, though you could be forgiven for thinking so.
The sweeping bill, which contains many provisions that, in the past, would have run as multiple bills, has dominated public attention since the Senate revealed it Jan. 24. That was the day after senators passed the free public community college tuition bill (Senate Bill 1).
The House, which never took up last year’s free tuition bill after the Senate passed it, hasn’t taken the new version up, either.
See more from the Charleston Gazette-Mail