By KELSIE LeROSE
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — A Senate bill seeking to improve student safety, which includes the requirement of video cameras in certain West Virginia public special education classrooms, was introduced Thursday in the House.
Senate Bill 632 was passed by the state Senate Wednesday by a 31-3 vote, according to the West Virginia Legislature website. Local Sens. Craig Blair, R-Berkeley; Patricia Rucker, R-Jefferson; Charles Trump, R-Morgan; and John Unger, D-Berkeley, voted yes to the bill.
After being introduced in the House, the bill was sent to the House Education committee.
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