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April 1, 2022

State’s Revenue Collections Blow $740 Million Past the Fiscal Estimate

West Virginia MetroNews – Three-quarters of the way through the fiscal year, state government is running three-quarters of a billion dollars ahead of annual revenue estimates. Read the full article.

“Now, not only are we on the rocket ship ride, we’re kicking back and really enjoying ourselves,” Gov. Jim Justice said in a briefing today. “We’re continuing to pump out record after record after record.”

The state’s fiscal year runs from July to July. West Virginia government estimated bringing in $3.226 billion in general revenue by this point in the year.

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