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April 5, 2021

Tax Reform Debate Continues in Final Days of West Virginia Legislative Session

WV News – The dominant theme running throughout this year’s session of the West Virginia Legislature has been tax reform. Read the full article.

The 60-day session is set to end April 10, and there are still multiple, competing tax plans up in the air.

While all the plans revolve around ways to eliminate the state’s personal income tax, Republican Gov. Jim Justice and Republican lawmakers — who control both legislative chambers, with a 77-member supermajority in the House of Delegates — have differed on the best way of going about offsetting the $2.1 billion the state receives in revenues annually from income tax collections.

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