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The day before he was in Wyoming County, imploring an audience at the Twin Falls Resort State Park to vote against the measure to cut some personal property and business taxes. The next day, he would be in Fairmont, his eleventh stop in the campaign.
But on that Tuesday, as he gave a live streamed address about a topic he had discussed numerous times before, Justice had something new. This time he wouldn’t simply be rehashing his prior criticisms of how Amendment 2 derailed his plans to cut the state personal income tax, or how the proposal would give more power to the “Charleston swamp” he so disliked. This time, he was offering an alternative solution.