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August 12, 2002
Pennsylvania Property Tax Assessments Hit Black Neighborhoods Hardest
Homeowners in the Pittsburgh region's predominantly black neighborhoods are more likely to be unfairly burdened by Allegheny County's property tax than those in mostly white neighborhoods, according to a new study of property tax and Census data.

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Tim Catts' article appears in the August 12, 2002 issue of STATE TAX NOTES magazine, a weekly magazine covering state tax issues.

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