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September 22, 2022

Marion County Commission Stands Opposed to Amendment 2

Times West Virginian – The Marion County Commission has joined with numerous other counties and municipalities across West Virginia to oppose Amendment 2.

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Wednesday at its meeting, the commission voted 2-1 to sign a resolution cementing the county’s opposition to the controversial constitutional amendment that will be on the ballot in November.

Amendment 2, also known as the Property Tax Modernization Act, would remove personal property tax rates regarding business inventory and machinery as well as the motor vehicle tax from the state constitution and hand control to the legislature.

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