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March 1, 2021

Justice Sees Flaws in Senate Tax Plan, and He Wishes Somebody had Looped Him in

West Virginia MetroNews – Gov. Jim Justice says he likes some aspects of a new Senate tax plan and really dislikes several others: fewer business groups “pulling the rope,” the loss of rebate checks for lower-income residents and reinstitution of the food tax. Read the full article.

And the governor wishes someone had taken just a couple minutes to call him about the plan.

“I’m disappointed beyond belief that nobody ever consulted with me after I’ve done everything over and over and over with the leadership of both the House and Senate, keeping them abreast of where I was going on every turn and asked for their input in any way,” he said, describing the process for the tax plan he has been pushing.

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