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April 27, 2017

Analysis: Budget Package Could Add $50 Million in Year 1 But Fall Behind After That

MetroNews – A bill representing a compromise budget between Gov. Jim Justice and state Senate leadership would raise revenue up to $50 million for the coming fiscal year but cut revenue by $170 million each of the following two years, an analysis says. Read.

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