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WV. Gov. helping his people

West Virginia Gov. Bob Wise announced Monday that he will leave successor Joe Manchin with a $243.7 million revenue surplus, and also announced he is restoring the $50 cut from school clothing vouchers for nearly 57,000 children back in July.

“It feels good to say I’m leaving the state in the black,” Wise said after a news conference Monday.
A robust recovery in the state economy, coupled with higher than expected state Lottery profits allowed the state to finish the 2003-04 budget year with a $53.7 million surplus, along with a projected surplus of $190 million when the 2004-05 fiscal year ends next June 30.............


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