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March 2, 2012

Analysts Look at Gap in Taxing Coal and Gas in West Virginia

The State Journal and WVNSTV.com — In a policy memo comparing fossil fuel taxation in West Virginia with Wyoming, the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy found a big gap between the two states, and within the Mountain State, a gap between two industries. Read

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