Updated on Wednesday: May 21, 2014 at 1:05 p.m.:
The State Senate has concurred with the amendment and from the House and has passed the bill. The bill now goes to Governor Tomblin and awaits his signature.
The Senate passed the bill 30-1. Sen. Herb Snyder was the lone vote against.
Original Post on Wednesday: May 21, 2014 at 12:24 p.m.:
An amendment unanimously approved by the West Virginia House of Delegates would fully restore more than $1 million in cuts to family and child service programs.
Those cuts came in March as part of a line item veto by Gov. Tomblin. Later, the governor restored about $260,000 of those cuts by taking money from a trust fund to provide future children's programs.