An article by Whitney Burdette in the Charleston Daily Mail explores how proposed legislation could benefit veterans and West Virginia's economy.

“When their businesses succeeds, the state of West Virginia succeeds as well,” Natalie Tennant said. The proposed Boots to Business Bill would help veterans start their own businesses right at home in West Virginia. Here, Delegate Josh Nelson, R-Boone speaks about the legislation. The bill would waive registration fees and filing fees for four years. 

Nelson said, “I look forward to working with my colleagues to make sure this bill becomes law and we can reach out to veterans across the country and say West Virginia wants you to make this place your home and do business here and grow West Virginia’s economy.” 

Photo credit: Charleston Daily Mail/Craig Cunningham 02/03/15.

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