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November 5, 2022

Justice Urges Voters to ‘Get Serious’ in Opposing Amendment 2

The Inter-Mountain, Wheeling Intelligencer – West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice says it’s time to “get serious” and think about what might happen if Amendment 2, “The Property Tax Modernization Amendment,” passes in next week’s general election.

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If approved, the measure would give the West Virginia Legislature authority to exempt machines and equipment directly used in business activity from state property taxes. It also would give state lawmakers permission to eliminate vehicle property tax on personal vehicles.

Justice on Thursday was in Wheeling for the second time on his tour around the state to voice his opposition to Amendment 2 at a gathering at West Virginia Independence Hall. Wheeling was his first stop on that tour on Sept. 23.

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