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PHILADELPHIA-The city is facing a tax revenue shortfall of $13.5 million this fiscal year, prompting a freeze on hiring and expenditures for supplies and equipment, officials said Wednesday. And according to the Philadelphia Business Journal, an anticipated 2% reduction is also on the way for city departments in the coming weeks.

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