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WVCBP in the News

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.

W. Va. Budget Crisis: No Easy Answers

February 7, 2017
West Virginia Press Association

Eliminating Exemptions: Fix The State Budget?

February 6, 2017

Residents Hear Concerns About Possible Cuts To Water Quality Standards

February 5, 2017

All’s Fair: Martinsburg Attorney Presents Alternative Tax Plan

February 4, 2017
State Journal

Kanawha Delegate Calls For Medical Marijuana Debate

February 4, 2017

Budget Presents W.Va. Lawmakers With Daunting Task

February 4, 2017
Parkersburg News and Sentinel; Weirton Daily Times

WV Senate Considering Shift From Income Tax To Sales Tax

February 3, 2017

Our Children Our Future Campaign Rolls Out 2017 Legislative Agenda For Working Families, Children in W.Va.

February 2, 2017

WV Groups Join Forces To Block Any Sale Of Pleasants Power Plant To Mon Power

February 1, 2017
State Journal

WV’s Register-Herald Shows Right Way To Report On Impact Of Obamacare Repeal

January 31, 2017
Media Matters