Dominion Post – The West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy came to Morgantown Thursday evening to critique the tax cut plans brewing in the Legislature and to offer some ideas that they think are better uses for a budget surplus.
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Center Executive Director Kelly Allen met with some residents around a table in the city library.
There’s a disconnect between the governor’s surplus projections and the realities of PEIA shortfalls, underpaid state employees and underfunded services. “I think people are just like, ‘Hey, where’s that money and why is it not getting to things we pay for as taxpayers.'”
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