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Legislature needs to focus on these priorities in 2018

CHARLESTON – As we think about job creation in the new year, we note that private sector employment in West Virginia increased during 2017. Increases in employment can be attributed to growth in mining and logging, construction, education and health services, and leisure and hospitality. Combined, these important sectors provided 8,100 new jobs for West Virginia workers.

Business perspective on economic growth and tax

CHARLESTON – West Virginia’s business tax climate ranking was the third worst in the nation just a dozen years ago. Our state bore the dubious rank of 47th in the nation when ranked among the 50 states for business tax competitiveness.

Right to work is right for West Virginia

CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Legislature has signaled that it will take up a right-to-work (RTW) bill in the 2016 session, which begins Jan. 13.

Signs of a renewed commitment to West Virginia

CHARLESTON – We now know that just over two weeks ago, thousands of West Virginians went to the polls and strongly indicated a desire for state government to be operated differently than in past decades.