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I just finished my taxes with TurboTax. The Oregon return is allowing a deduction not only for my small charitable donations for 2018 but also for my entire carryover of such donations. This is zeroing out my OR taxes. There is no limitation to 50% of the income as there is with federal taxes. This doesn't seem right. Is it?

--fleg
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