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The West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy strives to serve as a resource for members of the media. We frequently issue press releases and statements summarizing our analysis of tax and budget policies. To schedule an interview with one of our analysts or for questions regarding one of our reports, contact Caitlin Cook, Communications Director at (304) 720-8682 or email Caitlin.

Cathy Kunkel, Stephen Smith: WV residents rejecting damaging politics

July 23, 2017

Think Tank: Trump Tax Plan Would Benefit Wealthiest in W.Va.

July 21, 2017
Parkersburg News and Sentinel

Trump’s Coal Revival Vow Emboldens Miners to Shun Career Change

July 20, 2017

Details remain short on impact of state roads plan

July 20, 2017

Don’t Call It “Coal Country”: How Economic Stereotypes Are Hurting West Virginia

July 16, 2017
Salon

Former Clinton Staffer to Challenge Mooney for House Seat

July 12, 2017
Charleston Gazette-Mail

Bernie Sanders Draws Crowd in Morgantown

July 10, 2017
Daily Athena

Gazette Editorial: Health and Prosperity, or Poverty and Disease?

July 9, 2017
Charleston Gazette-Mail

The Health Care Debate Starts and Ends in West Virginia

July 7, 2017
The Parthenon

The Coal Industry is Fighting a Bipartisan Effort to Create Jobs From Abandoned Mine Land

July 6, 2017
100 Days in Appalachia