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For a second straight month, West Virginia tax collection finished in the black, a phenomenon Gov. Jim Justice attributed to a strong economy — not an infusion of federal CARES Act money.

“It is an absolutely great day in West Virginia for another good month,” Justice said during his COVID-19 briefing Wednesday. “July and August have started out just terrific.”

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