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WV Legislature passes budget, takes $245 million in one-time funds

06 Mar, 2017

Unable to pass tax increases or make major cuts in government spending, the West Virginia Legislature amended and passed a budget bill Thursday evening that uses $245 million in Rainy Day reserve funds and one-time money to close a $270 million gap in the 2016-17 state budget.

See more on Charleston Gazette-Mail website.



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