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Lunch Links: Repeal of Vapor Tax Passed by Pennsylvania House Committee; Oklahomans to Vote on Sales Tax Increase to Fund Education; Fitch Lowers West Virginia Ranking on 'Weak' Demographics and Drop in Coal/Natural Gas Demand

Today is September 29, the date in 1789 when the first session of Congress adjourned after a 209-day session that included establishing the Departments of State, War, and Treasury; passing the Judiciary Act; and imposing a revenue tariff. Congress did not meet again until January 1790. Here are some interesting links I came across: Initial coverage of our just-released 2017 State Business
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