That’s what people are feeling in their efforts to keep or land Beretta USA.
First, Beretta announced their plans to leave Maryland because of that state’s newly enacted gun bans and restrictions.
Now, a letter surfaces telling why the state of West Virginia was dropped from deliberations for future expansion – along with high-paying jobs and tax revenue that comes with high-tech expansion.
“…Due to Senator Manchin’s recent legislative choices we have decided not to consider your state for future plans of expansion,” Beretta’s general counsel wrote to a West Virginia House delegate wooing the company.
Hat tip to Say Uncle.