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July 22, 2022

Special Session of W.Va. Legislature Called to Consider Cutting Personal Income Tax

WCHS – West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has called a special session of the Legislature for Monday at noon. The governor wants senators and delegates to consider his plan to cut the state’s personal income tax by 10%.

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For quite some time, Justice has been promoting cutting or eliminating the state’s personal income tax as a way to spur businesses to invest in and encourage people to move to West Virginia. Next week he takes another swing with his proposal to cut the tax by 10%.

The special session coincides with the July interim schedule so lawmakers were already going to be at the Capitol.

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