West Virginia MetroNews – As West Virginia’s regular legislative session reaches its halfway point this coming week, it’s clear there’s still a big gap on Gov. Jim Justice’s top priority, a 50 percent personal income tax reduction over three years.
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The governor has continued to barnstorm the state to promote the tax cut. But more and more, the governor has expressed frustration with the Senate’s Republican majority, saying they’re taking too long to settle on a tax cut.
Asked about the possibility of the legislative session ending without an agreement, Justice said last week that’s a real possibility. Thursday is day 30 of the 60-day regular session.