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July 20, 2022

Preview: W.Va. Property Tax Amendment On November Ballot

West Virginia Public Broadcasting – A proposed constitutional amendment on the ballot this November will give the West Virginia Legislature authority to remove or reduce a variety of county level property taxes.

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West Virginia Public Broadcasting previewed the ballot measure, looking at concerns on how passage would affect the state economy, essential services and its taxpayers.

The proposed amendment provides the legislature with the authority to exempt tangible machinery, equipment and inventory used in business activity – and personal property taxes on motor vehicles from property taxation.

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