By Dave Boucher, Capitol Bureau Chief
Charleston Daily Mail
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin cut nearly $67 million from the 2015 budget before signing the measure into law Thursday.
While Tomblin and other state leaders celebrated a bill later in the day that includes a potential tax credit for The Greenbrier with cake, a National Football League coach and a trumpeter, the governor's calls for fiscal responsibility fell on deaf ears for those affected by the...