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Budget news round-up

The web is overflowing with stories and analysis about the city budget. Below are links to coverage from local outlets, national media, and the blogs. It's Our Money: "The new Michael Nutter: No more 40 degree days" Daily News: Nutter vs. the unions, spiced up the budget address, and Jill Porter on the "people's budget."

Budget news round-up

The web is overflowing with stories and analysis about the city budget. Below are links to coverage from local outlets, national media, and the blogs.

It's Our Money: "The new Michael Nutter: No more 40 degree days"

Daily News:
Nutter vs. the unions, spiced up the budget address, and Jill Porter on the "people's budget."

WHYY: Unions are ready to fight, City Council is angry about cars, and how public input is reflected in the budget.

Inquirer: Pension proposal, lack of outrage over tax increases, resistance in Harrisburg, and more on the unions.

Local blogs: Citypaper sits down with Nutter, YPP supports the proposal, and MMP is against union concessions.

National press: NY Times on tax increases and Wall Street Journal on Nutter's plan to keep libraries open.

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Every year, city government spends slightly more than $4 billion. Where does all that money come from? More importantly, where does it go? Are we getting the most bang for our tax buck? “It's Our Money” is a joint project between Philadelphia Daily News and WHYY, funded by the William Penn Foundation, designed to answer these questions.

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