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July 20, 2022

Governor Calls Special Session on Income Tax Cuts, but Outcome Isn’t Clear Yet

West Virginia MetroNews – Gov. Jim Justice issued a call for a legislative special session to begin at noon Monday, proposing cuts to personal income taxes.

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The governor’s call also included more specific information about changes to brackets, reflecting the governor’s desire to give lower wage earners a somewhat larger break by percentage.

That kind of detail could determine how lawmakers react to the proposal. Republican lawmakers who otherwise support an income tax cut have been advocating for a 10 percent reduction across each bracket.

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