While President Donald Trump has kicked the debate on health care until after the election, the issue will not be going away.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the resolution in response to the Department of Justice's decision last week supporting a federal judge's decision on the law's constitutionality.
The vote will come after Senate Democrats on Tuesday introduced a similar resolution.
The measure criticized Gov. Jim Justice's platform as well as the state's current transportation issues
Before Monday's letter, the Justice Department only opted not to defend the health care law in court.
The decision came after several states on Monday issued a challenge to the original decision.
Most of West Virginia's congressional delegates expressed satisfaction with the report which states there is no evidence showing anyone with President Donald Trump's campaign worked with Russia to affect the 2016 election.
The event, held at Capital High School, allowed various stakeholders the opportunity to voice their concerns on education in West Virginia during roundtable discussions.
The memorial service came four days after 50 people died in the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
The Lugar Center and the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University released their Bipartisan Index on Tuesday.
The legislation would extend existing federal non-discrimination rules on race and religion to sexual orientation and gender identity.
Around 200 people participated in group discussions on topics such as funding, school choice and school support initiatives.
The chamber voted 59-41 in rebuke of the executive action.
The resolution, already passed by the House of Representatives, would nullify the president's action to secure billions of dollars for physical barriers on the U.S.-Mexico border.
Kanawha County Schools officials announced this month the opening dates for two new schools will likely be pushed back a year.
The Senate voted 53-45 to move the nomination of Chad Readler forward.
The committee will hear from climate and energy analysts about global trends in electricity production and the impact of climate change.
A federal judge in December ruled the health care law is unconstitutional because of the congressional repeal of the individual mandate.
The Senate voted Wednesday to end debate on the nomination.
Michael Cohen. President Donald Trump's former attorney, spoke before the House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Reform.