In 2000, the candidates running for president and the Clinton administration developed a number of legislative proposals that would affect the nonprofit sector, both directly and indirectly. These proposals would influence charitable giving and the way in which some charitable organizations operate. It remains to be seen which proposals ultimately will be enacted. Nonetheless, they illustrate the kinds of policy changes that are likely to be considered in the near future.
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