“The House Tax Bill Could Be the End of Charities as We Know Them”

Roger Colinvaux:

If the tax bill passed by the House Ways and Means Committee becomes law, partisan politics would overtake the nonprofit world, casting institutions designed to promote the public good into the depraved den of identity politics and selfish motives. Charities would use tax-subsidized contributions to favor or oppose political candidates at the behest of wealthy, anonymous donors with devastating results for charities and democracy.

This is a seismic moment for the conduct of politics in America. The House bill must be changed.

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