UPDATED LINK:ADVISORY- TODAY- Pittsburgh Budget & Policy Center Releases Brief on how Gainey Administration Can Meet City’s Revenue Needs

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ADVISORY- TODAY- Pittsburgh Budget & Policy Center Releases Brief on how Gainey Administration Can Meet City’s Revenue Needs

Calls for fairly raising recurring revenue from city’s rich and from city’s largest employer; sustainable solutions for long term

Pittsburgh, PA– TODAY at 1PM, ahead of tax day, the Pittsburgh Budget and Policy Center will hold a press briefing to unveil new research that provides a path forward for the Gainey administration and Pittsburgh City Council to fairly raise recurring revenue in the coming year including from Pittsburgh income taxes without needing any new legislation.

WHO: Stephen Herzenberg, Executive Director, Keystone Research Center; Nthando Thandiwe, Budget and Policy Analyst, Pittsburgh Budget and Policy Center

WHAT: Press briefing

WHEN: TODAY 1PM EST

WHERE: Zoom Register here.


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