'Rain tax' will hurt Baltimore's poor

In Baltimore City, the rain tax will be a tax on the homeless and poor ("Religious groups pushing for city stormwater fee reduction," June 11). Churches and non profits located in the city will be forced to raise money for the exorbitant rain tax. Instead of asking for donations to fill the food pantries and provide meals for the poor, the churches and non profits will be collecting money for the rain tax. A tax which creates a slush fund for "public education and outreach" and "grants to non-profits" at the expense of the homeless and poor.

M. Link, Baltimore

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