For many nonprofits, President-elect Joe Biden will bring a much-appreciated calming presence to the causes they care about. Ken Kies, a longtime Washington lobbyist whose clients include nonprofit groups, says he thinks the only way a deal will get done soon is if Biden were to call House Democrats and tell them to accept a smaller package. Charity advocates say they will lean hard on the Biden administration to create something more permanent. [Extracted from the article]
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