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Property tax likely here to stay in Pa. Here's why


Pennsylvania’s constitutional amendment grew out of the efforts of homeowners who organized groups and attracted attention from lawmakers in Harrisburg. Keystone State residents are hardly the first to rally against the wildly unpopular real estate levy.


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