WV Governor Tomblin approves bill increasing penalties for passing stopped school buses
The Associated Press
CHARLESTON, West Virginia — West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has approved increased penalties for passing stopped school buses.
Tomblin signed the bill Thursday.
On a first offense, drivers passing a school bus that stopped to pick up or drop off students could be guilty of a misdemeanor, fined $250 to $500, imprisoned up to six months...