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Topic - Renita Thukral
Among other suggestions, Ms. Thukral told the IRS on Monday that the rule could be amended to include language making clear public charter schools will be considered "agencies or instrumentalities of the state."
"The charter school sector around the country needs to be able to grow ... you see states across the country improving their charter-school laws. This rule could jeopardize that," said Renita Thukral, senior director of legal affairs at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools.