Education rule-making amendment to appear on West Virginia ballot

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Amendment 2 is getting all the attention these days, but voters in West Virginia have three other constitutional amendments to consider on the November ballot, including one that would give lawmakers sign-off on education regulations.

Voters will head to the polls Nov. 8 and approve or reject Amendment 4, which would put the last independent state agency — the West Virginia Board of Education — under legislative rule-making authority.

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