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Money Lacking For Pay Hikes

September 25, 2013

It is highly unlikely West Virginia can keep up with surrounding states that offer higher salaries for public school teachers. Admitting that does not mean ignoring the issue, however....

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oldsteelmaker

Sep-26-13 9:00 PM

Liz, do you know how much they are paying? Probably not. I remember hearing some Shut Down Wall Street types saying corporations should make no profit. When they were asked why the businesses would stay open if they didn't make any money, they just had blank deer in the headlights stares. Guess a question that required thought shorted out their tiny brains.

Your comment sounds very similar to theirs.

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TrollSlayer

Sep-25-13 10:47 PM

Lizard, isn't the 35 cents per gallon WV fuel tax enough? And what is the state Government doing with all that fuel tax money anyway? Certainly not spending it on roads.

And do you have evidence a significant number of "fracker trucks" are speeding or overweight? Or were those violations just steaming hot products of your liberally fertilized mind?

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LizardKing

Sep-25-13 7:20 PM

Clamp down on the shale gas industry. They are not paying their fair share in taxes, by a long shot. Also double or triple the fines on fracker trucks and truckers for violations (speeding, overweight, etc.). And we haven't even talked about a road usage fee yet.

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