Governor still undecided on virtual schools bill

WAYNESBORO-The Virginia House and Senate both approved Del. Dickie Bell's virtual schools bill, but it still hasn't become law. The reason is that Gov. Terry McAuliffe hasn't made a decision if he plans to veto the bill or sign it into law.

Speaking to the News Virginian on Thursday, the governor's spokesman said McAuliffe is expected to take action on the bill by next week at the latest.

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