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The West Virginia Legislature finished passing Friday night legislation that would weaken a driving-related incentive for high schoolers to stay in school and complete course work.

House Bill 4535 now heads to Gov. Jim Justice for his signature or veto.

Ryan Quinn covers education. He can be reached at 304-348-1254 or Follow @RyanEQuinn on Twitter.

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