By Robert Bordelon
Saturday, October 7, is the day of the special election for the Roads to Prosperity constitutional amendment for the citizens of West Virginia. The amendment would allow the state to sell state bonds up to $1.6 billion, borrowing against revenue of tax and fee increases already in place. Here are some common questions and answers about the bond.
Q: Will voting for this amendment raise taxes?
Read more in the Friday, October 6 edition of The West Virginia Daily News.