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Washington Snapshot - August 29, 2013

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In this Issue: Historic 50th anniversary in Washington; Will looming deficit and budget issues affect tax reform?; Finance Chairman Max Baucus is still optimistic; A follow-up to the Bruce Bartlett blog highlighted in last week's Snapshot; And now, for an Executive Branch update; Agriculture (USDA); Defense (DOD); Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (OJCS); National Guard Bureau (NGB); Education (DEd); Investing In Innovation (i3); ConnectED Initiative; Early Learning; "STRONG START, BRIGHT FUTURE" Back-to-School Bus Tour; Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); EPA Official to speak at the Council's San Diego conference; E3 Initiative aims to assist manufacturing communities; Housing and Urban Development (HUD); HUD Secretary to join us at the Council's San Diego conference; September funder briefings; Labor (DOL); State; The White House; Asian American-Pacific Islander Initiative

Washington Snapshot - August 22, 2013

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In this Issue: It's August, but a few interesting developments emerge; Tax Wonks will have big impact on tax reform; Congress might not be moving too quickly on tax reform, but states are; The Max and Dave Road Show; Charitable Deduction; Great Op-Eds that caught our attention; Creating Divisions and Divides Among Charitable Causes; Dan Pallotta continues to capture attention; The Council in the News

Washington Snapshot - August 15, 2013

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In this Issue: It's August recess and time to look at "Tax Reform, the Big Picture"; While some are focused on the "big picture" at least one Senator spoke about the charitable deduction; What will happen when Congress returns in September?; The data signals that eliminating the charitable deduction hurts jobs and economic growth; While we're talking about tax reform, let's not overlook the states; Congress may be in recess, but the IRS scrutiny continues to make headlines; August recess and the "Summer of Action": A time for inspiring op-eds; A great op-ed from North Carolina; "Summer of Action" resources that you can use right now; Catching up on some recent legislation; Recent guidance from the IRS; Interesting series of articles on the horizon; On a high note

Washington Snapshot - August 8, 2013

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In this Issue: Tax Reform: A Recap of the First Half of 2013; A House hearing on Valentine’s Day; House bipartisan working groups; Closed door staff briefings on the Senate side; Leads to a "blank slate" proposal from Baucus and Hatch; And a major distraction invoking the IRS scandal; But "burgers and beer" help maintain friendly, collegial tone during the Tax Reform Tour; Does August recess mean that we have a month off? No Way! It's a "Summer of Action"!; On to the next chapter; Great op-ed from Cincinnati; Council in the News

Limits to the Charitable Deduction: Bad Timing & Faulty Logic

Council on Foundations president and CEO Vikki Spruill and several Council members met with Congressional leaders today to deliver the important message that changes to the charitable tax deduction would diminish its value and have an undeniably negative impact on communities across the United States. Reductions in the charitable tax deduction would result in diminished support for health and human services, fewer nonprofit jobs, a reduction in research and development capacity, less educational opportunity, cuts to art funding, and decreases in economic development.  

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In this Issue: Historic 50th anniversary in Washington; Will looming deficit and budget issues affect tax reform?; Finance Chairman Max Baucus is still optimistic; A follow-up to the Bruce Bartlett blog highlighted in last week's Snapshot; And now, f
In this Issue: It's August, but a few interesting developments emerge; Tax Wonks will have big impact on tax reform; Congress might not be moving too quickly on tax reform, but states are; The Max and Dave Road Show; Charitable Deduction; Great Op-Ed
In this Issue: It's August recess and time to look at "Tax Reform, the Big Picture"; While some are focused on the "big picture" at least one Senator spoke about the charitable deduction; What will happen when Congress returns in
In this Issue: Tax Reform: A Recap of the First Half of 2013; A House hearing on Valentine’s Day; House bipartisan working groups; Closed door staff briefings on the Senate side; Leads to a "blank slate" proposal from Baucus and Hatch; And a maj
In this issue: Tax Reform; The Max and Dave Tax Reform Road Show; IRS Scrutiny; Opinion pieces that caught our attention; In the federal agencies.
In this issue: Tax Reform, IRS Scrutiny, the Max and Dave Road Show, Great Op-eds that caught our attention, Agriculture and Housing Agencies Collaborating With Foundations
In this issue: Tax Reform, IRS Scrutiny, More Great Op-Eds Supporting the Charitable Deduction, Over at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
In this issue: Baucus and Hatch Call for "Blank Slate" in Tax Reform, More on Tax Reform, Charitable Deduction, IRS Scrutiny, and Giving USA 2013
In this issue: Giving USA Report Released, Senate Finance Committee Releases White Paper on Tax-Exempt Organizations and Charitable Giving, Baucus and Camp Plan Summer Tax Reform Road Show, Continued IRS Scrutiny
Council on Foundations president and CEO Vikki Spruill and several Council members met with Congressional leaders today to deliver the important message that changes to the charitable tax deduction would diminish its value and have an undeniably negative

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