Key conservative Republican eyes bigger tax break for charity

Key conservative Republican eyes bigger tax break for charity

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He said his bill “may have a good chance of being included" in a broader tax-reform package.

David Thompson, vice president of public policy at the National Council of Nonprofits, called the effort “a very happy surprise.”

Those who itemize tend to be wealthier, so creating a so-called universal deduction could help to encourage charitable giving from low- and middle-income Americans as well, according to Walker’s office.

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