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September 19, 2022

Town Hall Discussed Amendments on November Ballot that Could Change State Constitution

WTAP – Representatives from West Virginia’s Center on Budget and Policy stopped in Parkersburg on their tour around the state to discuss amendments on the November ballot.

Read the full article.

The town hall discussed two amendments on the November 8th ballot that could amend the state’s constitution if passed.

The purpose of the forum was to get information out, talk about some concerns, and make sure everyone knows what they’re voting for, according to officials.

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