AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) – The Maine Senate has given final approval to a bill that would delay virtual charter schools in the state. The bill sponsored by Republican Sen. Brian Langley was enacted by a 24-11 vote on Thursday. It will now be sent to Republican Gov. Paul LePage, where it faces a likely veto. Lawmakers will need two-thirds support to override a veto. The bill would put a moratorium on virtual charter schools until 2015 so the state can come up with a plan to provide online learning for all its students. The Maine Charter School Commission approved the state’s first virtual charter school on Monday. Critics of the bill say putting a hold on virtual charter schools now will hurt Maine students.