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Michael Pagano Quoted In The Atlantic On Fiscal Consequences Of The Coronavirus

The Atlantic quotes Michael Pagano, dean of the UIC College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs, in an article looking at the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on state and local governments and the forthcoming fiscal and service consequences. Pagano addresses the role of property taxes as a typically reliable source of revenue for local governments that could change depending on the length of the country’s financial crisis.