Pittsburgh: Pay to Play?

Pittsburgh has an anti-pay to play law, but those with an “economic relationship” with the city seem to be paying something, according to this report.

There are cities with rules barring those who get money from government from giving money to campaigns. But in Pittsburgh politics, more than half of the top 100 campaign donors have economic relationships with the city — contracts, development deals, collective bargaining or special permits — a Post-Gazette analysis published yesterday found.

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