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VIDEO State Rep.'s bill would make school property tax a thing of the past in Pa.

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VIDEO State Rep.'s bill would make school property tax a thing of the past in Pa.

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One legislator is pitching a bill to eliminate school property tax but it might get pulled if you can't get more support wfmz is justin backover has that story.

What if school property tax became a thing of the past your property.

>>is who has an unlimited checkbook for the state.

>>that's what state representative frank ryan wants to do with house bill 13.

But there's a snag.

>>i'm not planning on introducing any language until i can get out to more people because seniors hold a card do this in order to replace the property tax ryan proposes bringing up the wage tax to about 4%.

>>adding to percent to the sales tax and the real sticking point increasing tax on retirement income, no tax or so security income.

>>retirement income it's 4.9 2%.

Under my plan 3.4 billion good safe by seniors.

In return for billion for and income taxes, but the people i'm most concerned about are people like myself who are seniors in getting a pension how does that impact the retired not record or how does that impact the retired postal worker, how does that impact the retired city worker state representative peach wire, a former schoolteacher.

>>thinks that totally eliminating all property tax is not the right way to go about it.

>>if the goal is to find real meaningful tax relief for those people who need it the most there are mechanisms for us to do that.

But the biggest impediment for us doing that is the believe that you need complete total of a nation for every homeowner, representative ryan says he won't introduce the bill if you




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