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Legislative LookAhead: West Virginia Legislature leaders agree on need for tax reform

By Steven Allen Adams, Special for The Journal of Martinsburg

CHARLESTON, W.Va. —  Leaders of the West Virginia Legislature agree on tax reform, though what that specific tax reform will look like is unclear.

Members of the West Virginia press heard from legislative leaders, interest groups and public policy experts during the annual West Virginia Press Association Legislative Lookahead Friday at the Culture Center in Charleston.

A main topic of discussion revolved around tax reform and what to do with the record-breaking tax revenue surplus that resulted in the state ending . . .

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