Bill Offers 25-Year Property-Tax Break for Gas Cracker

The Charleston Gazette -- "Attracting good-paying jobs to the state is very important, but we should be very careful not to balance business tax cuts on the back of educating our children or other state residents," Ted Boettner said Tuesday. He added that "while we support strategic state subsidies and development of the Marcellus Shale gas play, this could be viewed by conservatives as a case of government 'picking winners.'" Read

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