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West Virginia Budget at a Glance

Written by Sean O'Leary on October 14, 2016

Throughout the next couple of months, WVCBP staff will talk to dozens of organizations across the state about West Virginia’s fiscal condition: specifically how the state can fix its upcoming budget gap, estimated to be at least $300 million next year.

Where do our budget dollars go in West Virginia? Where have cuts hit the hardest? To help break it down, we’ve created this new two-pager to help explain.

Want to learn more about West Virginia’s budget process and how we can protect important programs like higher-ed and our K-12 schools? Give us a call and we’ll do a presentation for your organization, civic group or club.

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