Clarksburg Exponent-Telegram – Bridgeport City Council heard both sides of the argument for Amendment 2 at Monday evening’s meeting.
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Kelly Allen, the executive director of the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy spoke against Amendment 2, and held a public forum prior to the regular session to warn of the fallout of a potential 27% cut in tax revenue for municipalities, counties and schools.
One of the arguments on the side supporting Amendment 2 has been that it would help lure business to the state by cutting the amount of taxes companies would pay.
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