Kelly Allen: Invest in WV instead of cutting taxes (Opinion)

The West Virginia Legislature’s special session (temporarily) ended last month after the two chambers and the governor failed to agree on which tax cut was the best to prioritize with the state’s historic – and notably fleeting — surplus dollars.

While there was much debate during the session, there was alarmingly little discussion of how insignificantly either income tax cuts or property tax cuts would benefit the average West Virginia family.

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