Senate’s Tax Bill Provisions Could Hurt Charities, Nonprofits Say

Senate’s Tax Bill Provisions Could Hurt Charities, Nonprofits Say

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Tim Delaney, president of the National Council of Nonprofits, said that such a change would mean that nonprofits "would lose the protection from demands from candidates for public office and their political operatives."

"We neither need nor want this change in longstanding law," Mr. Delaney said in a statement. "While couched in terms of ‘merely’ allowing endorsements, the provision has already been exposed by the Joint Committee on Taxation as a billion-dollar shift in campaign dollars that would cost the U.S. Treasury billions."

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The Chronicle of Philanthropy
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