1,700 votes were affected by discrepancy; Lindsay in Senate and Estep-Burton in House appear to hold on to leads.
Lawmakers learned about the heightened federal oversight this week, even though the penalties began in 2015.
Secretary of State Mac Warner has objected to $1 million settlement with 4 fired employees.
The West Virginia Bureau for Medical Services has already issued a public notice, providing some details about how it will oversee the change.
Gov. Jim Justice had called a special session for Tuesday.
West Virginia appears to be the only state under such scrutiny by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, aside from Puerto Rico.
Issue could affect Democrat Lindsey's upset for Republican incumbent Gaunch in state Senate.
Special session proclamation specifies action on Loughry.
Senate contends acting court itself violated separation of powers.
Loughry has been convicted in federal court but, technically, remains a part of the Supreme Court.
Amendment One passed by 19,803 votes. That meant 52 percent of voters were in favor while 48 percent were against.
Incumbent senator pulls out narrow victory despite president's pleas to voters.
Ryan Ferns, Riley Moore are upset in General Election.
The amendment would allow the Legislature to reduce the budget of the state judiciary by up to 15 percent.
Language of amendment makes state Constitution silent on abortion.
The two Supreme Court seats opened after resignations.
Manchin and Morrisey matchup has drawn national attention.
Up-to-date results from around West Virginia.
This motion is in addition to a sealed motion filed earlier.
Polls opened up around West Virginia at 6:30 a.m. and will remain open until 7:30 p.m.