December 05, 2017

Roger Colinvaux, professor, law, was quoted in a Tampa Bay Times story about local effects of a House tax bill that would repeal the Johnson Amendment.

..."Donors would undoubtedly be willing to pay thousands of dollars for routine endorsements from important charities," Colinvaux wrote in The Chronicle of Philanthropy last month. "There would be no way to know whether a donor was paying for charity or for politics, and in truth, for many groups, there would cease to be a difference." ...

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