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June 20, 2012

Two Approaches to Extending Bush Tax Cuts Would Impact West Virginians Differently

Middle-income and low-income West Virginians would pay somewhat more in taxes under the House’s approach to extending the Bush tax cuts than they would under President Obama’s approach, while high-income West Virginians would pay far less under the House approach, according to a new analysis from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy and Citizens for Tax Justice. Read

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