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January 22, 2012

West Virginia Seeks Edge in ‘Cracker’ Plant Competition

Associated Press, Herald-Dispatch, Charleston Gazette — The West Virginia Center for Budget and Policy has questioned this and other proposals targeting “personal” property taxes. It argues that government spending can play a positive role in economic development, and scrutinizes tax cuts pursued to attract business. Read

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