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    State budget proposed that wouldn’t raise taxes

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    CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Some West Virginia lawmakers have drafted a state budget for the coming year they say would close the government’s deficit through spending cuts.

    Republican Delegates Pat McGeehan and Michael Folk, who head the Liberty Caucus, say their plan would halt government growth, cut $84 million from this year’s spending level and won’t raise taxes.

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