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April 12, 2012

Report: West Virginia Not Doing Enough to Evaluate Tax Incentives

The State Journal — A new report from the Pew Center on the States is critical of West Virginia’s efforts to track the effectiveness of tax subsidies intended to spur economic development. The results of the report largely echo a call by the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy for more measurement of the fiscal impact of tax incentives in the state. Read

Also published at WOWK-TV

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