By Brad McElhinny, WV MetroNews
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A surge of speakers addressed West Virginia’s omnibus education bill during the first of two public hearings in the House of Delegates.
With each speaker given 70 seconds, the two-hour event was a bit like speed dating with superintendents, teachers and parents speaking for and against the bill. Another public hearing was set for 5:30 p.m. today.
“I’m thankful for being here this morning, realizing how...