Anti-CRT bill moves through house education committee

West Virginia Senate’s Anti-Racism Act – commonly called the anti-CRT bill – cleared its first House of Delegates hurdle on Monday, winning approval in the Education Committee.

It’s the same bill that narrowly missed passing both houses on the last day of last year’s session, when Senate President Craig Blair declared the House-amended version approved just two seconds after the closing bell, according to the clock on the Senate video.

This year, the Senate suspended its rules on opening day to pass it 30-2 without any committee consideration.

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