(Toledo News Now) –
State lawmakers are hung up over how many extra calamity days to give Ohio schools this year after hazardous winter weather.
Snow and frigid temperatures led many districts across Ohio to exhaust their five allowable calamity days. Some canceled classes for 10 or more days.
The House rejected Senate changes to a bill Wednesday 40-56, sending it to a negotiating conference committee after the two chambers failed to reach an agreement.
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