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Center: W.Va. ‘Cracker’ Tax Break Worth $300 million

February 3, 2012

The Charleston Gazette – Sustained Outrage — The good folks at the West Virginia Center for Budget and Policy have a fascinating report out this morning that examines the potential costs – in revenues lost to local governments and school systems — because of the Legislature’s big rush to pass Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s tax break to try to lure a natural gas “cracker” plant to our state. Read