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Connecticut nonprofits fear drop in donations in wake of federal tax bill


Or they can instead subtract various expenses such as state taxes, real estate taxes and charitable donations ... “This has the potential to be devastating to nonprofits in Connecticut and elsewhere,” said Gian-Carl Casa, chief executive officer ...


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