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LLBERG wrote: I don't know about your state but we give rent credit for the portion that is attributed to taxes.

So a corporation in the business of buying and renting commercial properties (multi-family apartment buildings) must give a credit to its tenants for the portion of its expenses that goes to property taxes? Then surely it raises rents to offset the credit it gives its tenants.

Sounds like the way Democrats often shoot themselves in their collective foot.
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