“The reason is most likely tithing expectations for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. . .
But people who pay a lot in state and local taxes, or who give a lot to charity, benefit more from itemized deductions. . . The plan would eliminate the deduction for state and local taxes. That hits hard for residents of high tax states like New York and California, which have Democratic majorities. But it also hits hard against Utah, despite relatively low taxes.”
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