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West Virginia Gov. Justice says state taxes paid in full


The Parkersburg News and Sentinel

Gov. Jim Justice, left, is joined by Department of Revenue and Department of Environmental Protection officials in announcing that his company’s state tax obligations have been paid. (News and Sentinel photo by Steven Allen Adams)

CHARLESTON, W.Va.  — Gov. Jim Justice has been asked multiple times by Republicans, Democrats and the press whether he has paid the taxes owed by his companies in West Virginia.

During a Monday afternoon press conference, Justice was able to provide an answer to that question.

“Today is a really neat day for me,” Justice said. “I think we can put to bed once and for all this tax issues that has been looming around forevermore.”

Flanked by officials with the state’s Department of Revenue and Department of Environmental Protection, Justice said taxes owed to the state by his companies have been paid and all state and county tax obligations fulfilled.

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