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A government plan to restrict the tax breaks enjoyed by so-called public-interest corporations has sparked a flurry of protests from some nonprofit organizations that fear it would dampen their civic activities.

A schism has developed even among members of a government panel over the advisability of imposing taxes on corporations of a highly public nature, although there is agreement on the need to tax the groups’ undertakings that turn a profit.

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