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1. With the decline in the extraction industries in West Virginia, what do you think should be done to diversify the state’s economy?
We must lift the EPA restrictions and open up the natural gas and oil, this is the new booming industries, WV can be the leader if we don’t set on our rear like the past and follow other states.
2. Do you support recent weakening of EPA regulations concerning air and water quality? Why or why not?
I do support lifting regulations, we must in this state to have high paying jobs. We must then invest and build infrastructure for every person to have clean healthy water. We must do bold things to get this state moving.
3. What role do you see for state government in reversing West Virginia’s population decline?
We can talk and talk or take immediate action. We have to lift restrictions on our minerals and finally cut business tax and open this state up. If we continue like we are we will kick the can down the road again.
5. There have been several attempts to reduce taxes on business in the state, including one failed in this past legislative session. Is it wise to keep pursuing tax breaks for business, at the possible expense of residential taxpayers? Do you think the state’s tax structure needs an overhaul?
Our state’s tax structure most certainly needs overhauled. Every state surrounding us has a lower business tax and we are watching our border state’s continue to get our company’s. This is what I mean taking bold action.
6. Do you think the educational reform bill passed in 2019 is working/will be effective?
No, I think it was thrown together in less than 2 months just to please people. Our children is much more important than this. We need to pass reform for our children, starting with vocational classes in every high school. That’s only to start.