Tax-time donations

February 1996
Education Week;2/28/96, Vol. 15 Issue 23, p17
Reports on the passage of a bill by a House committee in Hawaii that will allow taxpayers to make a five-dollar donation to the state's education system on their state income tax returns. Provisions on the use of the contributions.


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