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Despite coming up $10 million short in personal income tax collection, the State of West Virginia experienced a $112.7 million revenue surplus for November.

According to a report released by the Senate Finance Committee on Thursday, the state collected a total of $480,223,960 in revenue against the government’s estimated $367.555 million.

Lacie Pierson covers politics. She can be reached at 304-348-1723 or lacie Follow @laciepierson on Twitter.


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