Some Social Services Funding Cuts Restored
Associated Press, Huntington Herald-Dispatch — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin plans to restore funding to some West Virginia social services programs that he previously cut. Read
Tomblin wrote to state Senate President Jeff Kessler and House Speaker Tim Miley on Wednesday that the restored funding includes $150,000 for an in-home family education program, $80,000 for child abuse prevention and $30,000 for a domestic violence legal services fund.