At the 7th Annual Budget Breakfast on January 15, 2020, WVCBP Executive Director Ted Boettner presented his yearly preview of the governor's proposed state budget. Download presentation.
Dr. Sian Mughan prepared this presentation for the 2020 Budget Breakfast held on January 15, 2020. Dr. Mughan is assistant professor in the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University. Her research interests include local government finance, fiscal federalism, criminal justice policy, and institutions. Some of her research has shown how tax and budgetary…
On September 30, 2019 Executive Director Ted Boettner presented to the West Virginia Association of Counties on the impact of exempting business personal property in West Virginia. View Presentation
On September 10, 2019, Executive Director Ted Boettner presented to the Jefferson County League of Women Voters at their monthly meeting. The presentation explored the challenges West Virginia's economy faces, what has been driving recent economic growth, and how to chart a sustainable economic future that results in more shared prosperity. View presentation.
WVCBP Senior Policy Analyst Sean O'Leary made this presentation on Education Savings Accounts to the West Virginia School Service Personnel Association on April 28, 2019.
On Tuesday, February 19, WVCBP Executive Director Ted Boettner presented this testimony to a subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee urging members to reject calls for an Article V Convention of States to make amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
For years some lawmakers have pushed for eliminating or greatly reducing property taxes on business personal property. The result could mean shifting tax responsibilities onto people, more reductions in vital services such as schools, or a combination of both. During the 2019 Legislative Session, there have been two proposals for a constitutional amendment to eliminate or…
On January 16, WVCBP Executive Director Ted Boettner presented to the West Virginia Workforce Development Board on policy recommendations that could boost wages and prosperity in the Mountain State. View full presentation.