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Acting no more: Tomblin becomes WVa governor

LAWRENCE MESSINA Associated Press CHARLESTON, W.Va. After nearly four decades in the legislature and a year running the state, Earl Ray Tomblin is acting no more. Tomblin, West Virginia's longest serving Senate president, became acting governor late last year, when popular Gov. Joe Manchin was elected to fill the unexpired term of U.S. Sen. Robert C. Byrd. But the state Supreme Court ruled two ...

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