W.Va. bill would scale back alt-fuel tax credit program

04/11/2013 | Charleston Daily Mail (W.Va.)

A bill in the West Virginia Legislature seeks to limit the state's tax credit for alternative-fuel vehicles to those that run on natural gas, butane and propane starting April 15. The measure would also repeal the tax incentive for developing alternative-fuel infrastructure. The bill would help West Virginia save money while promoting its natural gas industry, according to the office of Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.

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