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March 18, 2021

Senate Considers Resolution that Could Result in Personal Property Tax Cuts

West Virginia MetroNews – The state Senate is considering a resolution that could allow lawmakers to lower personal property taxes, particularly on vehicles. Read the full article.

The Senate Judiciary Committee approved the resolution Thursday after about an hour of discussion, and it will now be considered by the Senate Finance Committee. If both houses of the Legislature endorses the resolution, it would be on 2024 General Election ballots as a constitutional amendment to be approved by the public.

Property taxes are defined in West Virginia’s Constitution.

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