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March 29, 2016

8 Ways Lawmakers Could Balance W.Va.’s Budget

West Virginia Public Broadcasting – Two weeks after the Legislature left Charleston without approving a budget for the 2017 fiscal year that begins July 1, the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy is urging lawmakers to not just consider cuts when they return to complete the funding bill. Read/Listen

“West Virginia should take a balanced approach that includes additional revenue rather than a cuts only approach that could threaten our state’s struggling economy,” Ted Boettner said Monday.

Boettner is the Executive Director of the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, a left-leaning think tank based in Charleston that often studies budgetary issues in the state.

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