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Appeared in: Volume 8, Number 2
Published on: October 9, 2012
Credit Where Credit is Not Due

Using the tax code to accomplish what the legislative process is supposed to do is bad for both.

Robert Nessen is an attorney, adjunct professor of law at the Boston University School of Law, and principal of Nessen Associates, an advisory firm to non-profit organizations.

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