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March 26, 2021

Gov. Justice Continues to Promote His Tax Plan, but West Virginia Businesses are Skeptical

Mountain State Spotlight, Beckley Register-Herald – Jeff McKay, like many business owners in West Virginia, has had a tough time dealing with this pandemic. Read the full article.

“I’m probably being too conservative by saying that,” said the owner of Huntington’s Summit Beer Station. 

Fortunately, with the vaccine rate improving, McKay says things are looking up for him and his employees. Business has had a huge bump in the last month. 

“I think people are ready to get out and start doing things again,” he said. 

But his optimism is dampened by Gov. Jim Justice’s proposal to reduce and eventually eliminate the state’s income tax, while also raising the sales tax and tax rates on beer, wine and liquor — all of which McKay sells.

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