WVEA and AFT send letters asking for veto of omnibus education bill veto.
Nonprofit wants memorandum of understanding, additional documents about possible $84 billion deal.
Cheatham said he does not expect premiums to go up or benefits to be cut.
State elections office says it will post new county roster submitted by GOP chairwoman Potter.
Buildings 1 and 3, the Governor's Mansion, and the Culture Center have been restored.
Potter cites ongoing criticism, bylaws to remove elected Wood County chairman.
Secretary of State's Office asks for clarification on legal grounding.
Governor Justice praises passage of legislation.
Measure discussed but gained no traction in special session.
48 are mobile homes and three are "stick built."
Other bills to consider include appropriations and standalone education bills.
Justice says he is pleased with latest version of omnibus education bill.
Bill now goes back to the Senate, which must go through voting process again.
Omnibus bill is up for amendments, possible passage.
Most speakers describe concerns with charter schools provision.
Public hearing, amendments and vote on passage all line up in one day.
Trump tells Justice to "keep up the great work."
House introduces its own omnibus education bill, capping charter schools and removing anti-strike provision.
Education session resumes.
2010 session that included charter schools and changes to hiring practices collapsed -- twice.