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Topic - Marcus Owens
"It reduced a sort of psychological barrier that may have been holding back some corporate money," said Marcus Owens, a lawyer and former head of the IRS division overseeing tax-exempt organizations.
"It's a matter of where the absence of guidance from the IRS means more gasoline on the fire," said Marcus Owens, former director of the IRS exempt-organizations division.