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January 21, 2022

Annual ‘Budget Breakfast’ Offers Tough Assessment on West Virginia Budget Choices

WOWK TV – Sometimes the best way to exchange ideas is to break bread with others. That’s what happened at Friday’s annual “Budget Breakfast” from the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy. Watch the full segment.

A lot of people are focused on the state’s budget surplus, which may balloon to $700. Democrats say cut the sales tax for everyone from 6%, to 4.75%.

“That’s what the Democratic Party, we’re asking that we have a tax cut on goods and things coming into the state so the people have more money,” said State Sen. Owens Brown, (D) Ohio County.

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