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August 9, 2013

State Officials Confident Tax Increases Not Necessary

Charleston Daily Mail – West Virginia does not yet need to consider increasing taxes or eliminating tax credits to fill a budget gap of more than $250 million ahead of the 2015 fiscal year, state budget officials said Thursday. Read

The head of the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy, a left-leaning West Virginia think tank, believes the state should at least examine its tax levels and current tax credits.

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