A better way to explain the introduction of credits against states' income taxes to serve charitable objectives

There has been a whole lot of talk recently (from me as well as others) concerning how state and local governments should respond to the drastic curtailment of federal income tax deductibility for state and local income and property taxes.One theme that has emerged is that states can encourage charitable giving by taxpayers, to causes that the states will help fund, in lieu of direct state and local tax deductibility. E.g., taxpayers can give donations to state entities, perhaps serving particular purposes, that are creditable (in whole or large part) against, say, one's state income tax liability.It occurs to me that proponents of examining this response (including me) have at times not been charitable enough to themselves regarding how this effort should be described.Suppose a state offers 95% credits against state income tax liability, for contributions to state-run charitable entities that serve broad "silos" that are dedicated to different purposes -…

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