CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A House Delegate has sponsored a resolution that would add West Virginia to states that are signing up to support a constitutional amendment for congressional term limits.
Delegate Jeffrey Pack sponsored the resolution on Thursday and it has been assigned to the House Judiciary Committee. In a statement, Pack says the moved is to “drain the swamp of politicians who are out of touch with hard-working West Virginians.” He says term limits are the best way to do that.
The resolution supports term limits for members of both the House and the Senate.
The organization U.S. Term Limits said if the resolution passes, West Virginia would become the 13th state to propose an amendment for congressional term limits.