Axing the film office is reverse economics

Charleston Gazette-Mail


by Diana Sole Walko


I love West Virginia, but I have to tell you, it gets exhausting at times.


Especially now, when the Legislature is in town, a new governor is in office and there’s a deficit bigger than Spruce Knob. Meanwhile, the governor’s office and the Legislature play what seems like blind man’s bluff with the budget.


West Virginia is underwater to the tune of $400-500 million. We’re spending more than we’re taking in. It’s past time to sit down at the kitchen table and take a long, hard look at where we need to cut back.


But why would anyone suggest that we ax a state office and a tax credit that bring revenue and much needed jobs to our state?


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