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Lawmakers Outline Legislative Priorities

Written by Ted Boettner on January 8, 2019

Beckley Register-Herald – West Virginia lawmakers have outlined their priorities for the 2019 legislative session, which begins Wednesday, and while education commands a number of planned initiatives, there are also issues of governance, infrastructure and a rollback on taxes – in the neighborhood of $130 million – on business inventory and equipment. Marijuana, too, is likely to stir debate. Read full article.

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