Two things I like about the compromise. The Pipeline and no new IRS agents this year. There’s a lot that’s lacking in this so called compromise, and it’s not a sure bet to pass.
But I do like the fact that The Mountain Valley Pipeline is projected to create 2,500 construction jobs, $40 million in new tax revenue for West Virginia, $10 million in new tax revenue for Virginia and up to $250 million in royalties for West Virginia landowners.
Also it stops at least for this year no new IRS agents are to be hired. There are other small things in here that are good, but I think we get the bigger items next year.