Governor Justice says West Virginia’s budget is in a surplus
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - West Virginia Governor Jim Justice made an economic announcement.
The governor says the January books have come in at $46.6 million ahead of budget. This is a revenue surplus for the month of January.
He held a press conference on Monday.
The January General Revenue fund collection is at $444.7 Million. This is 1.6% above prior year receipts.
The year-to-date collections is at $173.8 million above estimate.
Governor Justice also announced there will be vaccination clinics in all 55 counties this week. Click here for where they will be held and when.
For more information on COVID-19 vaccinations in each county, click here.
Dr. Clay Marsh, West Virginia’s Coronavirus Czar, has been invited to testify before the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Tuesday about COVID-19 vaccine distribution. Congressman David McKinley asked if Dr. Marsh would represent West Virginia. Dr. Marsh says he’s looking forward to represent the state and team.
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