New York Seeks Monthly Data Dump in Fight Over Donor Rules

Jan. 14, 2020, 2:36 PM

New York asked a federal judge to direct Treasury and the IRS to start producing at least 150 documents per month in a battle tied to the government’s attempt to remove donor-disclosure requirements for certain nonprofits.

New Jersey is continuing to review 877 pages of documents that the government released Monday. New York’s proposal, according to a document filed Monday, is subject to future changes from New Jersey.

New York and New Jersey first sued Treasury in May, asking a court to force fuller compliance with their 2018 request under the Freedom of Information Act for records related to ...

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