The Senate Education Committee will vote today on the Brains for Business legislation proposed by the Chamber Regional Chamber of Commerce. The committee meets today at 2 p.m.
Contact your senators now to voice your support for this bill to help attract and retain young professionals in West Virginia. Click here to visit the commitee’s Web page and see contact information for its members.
Nine senators are sponsoring SB 324 (“Brains for Business”), which calls for a $500 tax credit for interest paid on student loans and a state tax exemption on the first $25,000 of income for West Virginians the first two years after their graduation from an institution of higher education. We thank Senators McCabe, Browning, Kessler, D. Facemire, Wells, Barnes, Jenkins, Chafin, White, Stollings, Plymale, Prezioso, Palumbo and Oliverio for their early support and urge others to get behind this measure to help attract and retain the next generation of business leaders in the Mountain State.
Click here to join Brains for Business Facebook page.
Click here to read Chairman Mike Basile’s Daily Mail op-ed on the legislation.
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