Friday Podcast: Growing the Revenue Pie

This week, I joined educators, students, advocates for women and domestic violence victims, faith groups and more to deliver pies to all 253 of our state lawmakers. Yes, pies.

Our message was simple: Grow the state's revenue pie by closing tax loopholes and ending special interest tax breaks. A cuts-only budget is going to hurt middle-class families and drive up local property taxes.

Below is a 4-minute video highlighting the best of the speakers to join us on Wednesday for the "Grow the Revenue Pie" event at the Capitol, hosted by the Better Choices for Pennsylvania Budget Coalition. Take a few minutes to watch it — then check out the Better Choices web site to learn how you can help send a message to your lawmakers about growing the revenue pie.

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