Sean O'Leary: Working families should not pay for corporate tax cuts

The Charleston Gazette -- A pair of corporate tax cuts touted as necessary to improve West Virginia's business climate have turned out to be little more than a drain on public investment and a threat to the state's economic future. But instead of ending the tax giveaway, policymakers are looking to the state's most vulnerable residents to cover its growing costs. Read


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