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July 7, 2022

W.Va. Budget Analyst Says Justice Tax Cut Proposal Favors Wealthy

West Virginia Public Broadcasting – Gov. Jim Justice said in a press briefing on Wednesday that his proposed 10 percent permanent personal income tax cut will return $254 million to state taxpayers.

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“We will get money and real relief all across the board, to every single taxpayer in the state of West Virginia,” Justice said. “We’ll try to make it as fair as we possibly can, remembering that we want real job creators to bring more and more opportunities to the folks of West Virginia.”

Sean O’Leary is the Senior Policy Analyst at the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy. He sees two problems with the proposal.

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