Congress

In this week's Washington Snapshot: Update on Tax Reform Progression in the Senate; Charitable Giving Coalition Sends Letter to President-elect Trump; Final Chinese Overseas NGO Law Guidelines Released; States Acting to Address Budget Challenges; Princeton Settlement Spawns Copycat Property Tax Exemption Challenge.

In this week's Washington Snapshot: Ways & Means Republicans to Discuss Tax Reform Details; University Endowments Targeted in New Proposal; House to Consider Spending Bill as Early as Today; Massachusetts Congressman Chosen as Ways & Means Ranking Member; FATF Reviews U.S. Framework for Anti-Laundering & Counter-Terrorism; Paid Leave on Policy Agendas; Minimum Wage Varies Widely Across the Country.

In this week's Washington Snapshot: Here Comes Tax Reform!; Levin to Step Down as Ranking Member for Ways & Means; Pelosi Re-Elected as House Minority Leader; Mnuchin Tapped for Treasury Secretary; 1023 and 1023-EZ Applicants Will Now Receive Same Determination Letter; New Government Accounting Rules to Shine a Light on Corporate Tax Breaks.

In this week's Washington Snapshot: Updates from the Council; Congressional Leadership Falling into Place; State and Local Election Results; Pennsylvania Legislator Seeks to Legislate Discredited "Overhead Ratio".

In this week's Washington Snapshot: The Election Results are in... So What Does all of This Mean for Philanthropy; Voters Approve Ballot Measures on Minimum Wage, Campaign Finance; Experience in the States on Caps to Charitable Giving Incentives.

In this week's Washington Snapshot: The Council Speaks Out on the Value of DAFs; Representative Reichert Looking to Encourage Philanthropy; Foundation Events, Elections and Political Campaign Activity; Michigan Moves Towards Clarifying Property Tax Exemption Standards; Action in the States on Minimum Wage; Declining State Revenues Leading to Spending Cuts; and more!

In this week's Washington Snapshot: Update on Republican Blueprint for Tax Reform; Council Submits Letter to Treasury on Forthcoming DAF Regulations; HUD Proposes New Elevation Requirements in Flood Prone Communities; New Updates on China's Overseas NGO Law and Conference Call This Week; Halloween Edition: Exorcising Expenditure Responsibility; New Report Examines Charitable Deduction for Non-itemizers; and more!

In this week's Washington Snapshot: Dynamic Scoring Released for Clinton, Trump Tax Plans; Treasury Department Eases Restrictions on Grantmaking to Cuba; HUD Lifts Up Philanthropic, International Partnerships; Princeton Settles Property Tax Challenge, Legislation Continues; Proposed Changes from the Clinton Foundation; Nonprofits Need Representation; and more!

In this week's Washington Snapshot: Bill to Delay Overtime Regulations Passes the House; Bill Introduced to Remove Restrictions on Nonprofits Political Speech; Tax Exempt & Government Entities Division Releases 2017 Work Plan; New Jersey Bill Seeks to Protect Property Tax Exemptions from Third-Party Challenges; and more!

In this week's Washington Snapshot: Congress Passes Bill to Fund Government Through Early December; Bill Introduced in House to Delay Implementation of the DOL Overtime Rules; Policy Preview: Opportunities in Child Welfare; Self-Dealing & Family Foundations: What If the Brady Bunch had a Foundation?; Minnesota Tax Decision Leading to Changes at the Local Level; and more!