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Topic - Earl Ray Tomblin
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says he would veto an abortion ban again if state lawmakers reconsidered it.
Robby Queen will serve as the director of intergovernmental affairs for West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is announcing $1.3 million in grants for community-based substance abuse treatment and recovery service across West Virginia.
West Virginia lawmakers capped a three-day special session Wednesday with a deal to restore more than $1 million for social services programs.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has filled a vacancy left by a Mingo County judge's conviction in a federal corruption investigation.
After last week's primary contest, two Democrats are locked in a tie to advance to a November election for the state House of Delegates.
Federal officials have denied Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's appeal seeking a major disaster declaration for a January chemical spill that contaminated the water supply in nine counties.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has called the Legislature back into session to deal with funding and other measures.
West Virginia and U.S. flags at state facilities are at half-staff in honor of Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Not everyone in this small railroad town is buzzing about the upcoming budget shortfall that will mean no more suppression treatments for black flies on the nearby rivers this fiscal year. But for the folks who do know about it, most are already itching to have Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin recommend the Legislature make a special appropriation to cover those treatments through the end of June.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin plans to restore funding to some West Virginia social services programs that he previously cut.
Communications professional Chris Stadelman will become Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's top spokesman.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin is asking for public comment about how government agencies responded to a Jan. 9 chemical spill into 300,000 people's water supply.
West Virginia will receive an additional $5.6 million in federal grants to help coal workers affected by mine closures and layoffs.
A nonprofit coalition is urging Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to restore $1 million in state funding for early childhood and other family resource programs.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says the West Virginia School Building Authority successfully sold $26 million in revenue bonds that will fund $30 million in school construction projects.
Tomblin said he's proud of his pro-life record and would work with lawmakers in the 2015 session on a bill he considers constitutional.