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November 1, 2022

Solid State Financial Trend is Grist for Tax Cut Debates as Election Ramps Up

West Virginia MetroNews – West Virginia state government’s monthly revenue report was way up again, this time going into the swirl of the election just a week away.

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State revenue for the month of October was almost $148 million ahead of estimates, according to a report distributed by the state Senate Finance Committee. For the fiscal year so far, state government is almost $575 million ahead of projections. The state fiscal year runs July to July.

All this budget success, so far, is against the backdrop of dueling tax cut plans.

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