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West Virginia Governor Faces Deadline To Sign, Veto Bills

April 1st, 2016 by WCBC Radio

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is hitting a deadline to sign or veto bills from this year's legislative session.

Friday is the last day that Tomblin can act on the few bills still in limbo after this year's 60-day legislative session.

Another would let lottery winners stay anonymous.

An education measure would give let schools be in session for the equivalent of 180 days, instead of 180 separate days.

A standardized test aligned with the Common Core standards would be nixed in another pending bill.

The governor can sign bills into law, veto them or let them become law without his signature.

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