CHARLESTON, W.Va. — House Speaker Roger Hanshaw says delegates will consider an omnibus education bill passed by the state Senate as well as individual bills when a special session resumes next week.

He made no guarantee the omnibus bill would pass and suggested it will be subject to amendment by delegates.

“We don’t have enough votes to pass it. I think the House has been very clear we don’t have enough votes to pass it as the Senate sent it over,” Hanshaw said.

But, he later added,  “We are giving consideration to the work of the Senate. We’re not going to be irresponsible here. We owe it to our colleagues to do that. But we also have our own work product to consider.”

The House is set

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