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April 1, 2022

WV Revenue Collection Again Exceeds Lowered Expectations in March

Charleston Gazette-Mail – West Virginia exceeded Gov. Jim Justice’s revenue projections for March, collecting $488.1 million against an estimated $337.987 million. Read the full article.

In total, the revenue collection for March was $150.1 million above the governor’s estimates, which Justice has kept low throughout his term as governor.

Justice again referred to taking the state on “a rocket ship ride” in a news release Friday.

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