Tomblin announces 2 percent budget cut for W.Va. government agencies
By MetroNews Staff
There will be an across-the-board mid-year budget cut of 2 percent for most state government agencies, according to a Tuesday announcement made by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin.
The governor said the reduction is due to the state’s General Revenue Fund falling behind by more than $87 million since July.
The cuts will include a nearly $11 million reduction to the...