West Virginia and the Tax-Cut Fairy

Martinsburg Journal -- As Ted Boettner and the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy has thoroughly documented, CNIT/BFT, which made up almost 13 percent of general fund revenues in 1990, has been cut to the point that they comprise only about four percent in 2012, with the slack made up by personal income and severance taxes. Read


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