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Tomblin proposes ending tax credit on plug-in cars

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — It's not often that environmental organizations and the coal industry come down on the same side of a policy debate. But that's happening in West Virginia, where both groups have concerns about Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin's proposal to eliminate a state tax incentive for plug-in electric cars and other alternative fuel vehicles. The tax credit covers 35 percent of the cost of...

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