Exponent Telegram – The executive director for the West Virginia Center on Budget & Policy will be guest speaker during a public forum on Amendment 2 set for 6-7 p.m. Oct. 24 at Bridgeport City Hall.
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The WVCBP’s Kelly Allen will discuss the potential impact of Amendment 2 on schools, counties and cities.
Amendment 2 — formally called The West Virginia Authorize Tax Exemptions for Vehicles and Personal Property Used for Business Amendment or the Property Tax Modernization Amendment — would authorize the West Virginia Legislature to be able to change Article X of the state Constitution to exempt tangible personal property used for business activities and the tax on motor vehicles from state property taxes. The amendment does not mandate any change, leaving it up to the Legislature.