A new study from the Tax Foundation says that the federal tax deduction for charitable gifts is highly regressive and subsidizes many organizations that are questionably charitable.

"More than 75 percent of tax benefits from the charitable deduction go to the 12 percent of taxpayers with incomes over $100,000," said staff economist Andrew Chamberlain, co-author of the study, in a statement.

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