Broad Street Brief: City Council Expected to Pass Budget and Tax Changes This Afternoon

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City Council Expected to Pass Budget and Tax Changes This Afternoon

Today is City Council’s last voting session before summer recess begins. The legislative body is expected to pass a budget that will invest additional money into public safety and quality-of-life programs. City Council will also vote to lower the net profits portion of the Business Income and Receipts Tax (BIRT) and the Wage Tax. For more information, read the Public Strategies team’s policy alert.

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