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Short on cash, cities and states consider taxing nonprofits

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — When New Haven Mayor Toni Harp gazes out her office windows, she can see across the street to Yale University’s idyllic buildings and grounds — none of which are on her city’s property tax rolls. Continue reading ? The post Short on cash, cities and states consider taxing nonprofits appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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