WOWK-TV – They were crunching the numbers for breakfast in Charleston Wednesday. It was the annual “Budget Breakfast” sponsored by the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy.
Many members of the legislature, business community, and civic groups were there. And while the governor says the state has a projected budget surplus this year of $185,000,000, there are concerns that more could be done. Read/Watch
“More money in the pockets of working families. We could be giving tax cuts to working families. We could be investing in colleges. We could be expanding health care to low-income and middle-income people,” said Ted Boettner, Executive Director, WV Center on Budget and Policy.
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