LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Indiana senators approve making the state schools' chief a position appointed by the governor.
The position is currently elected by voters.
Senators rejected a proposal on the same issue earlier in the session.
Democrats say the same issue should not have been brought up again. They point to a rule that says proposals with a certain amount of "no" votes can't be considered again in the same session.
However, Republicans say amendments made it significantly different than the previous measure.
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