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The election may prove to be one of the most contentious in U.S. history – and with Opportunity Zones on the agenda for both parties, one might reasonably think that the net outcome for the initiative would differ meaningfully depending on the winner.

But what if that’s not the case? In fact, I would argue that OZs stand to benefit no matter what as both candidates have made proposals that could be good for the initiative – especially if the candidates’ plans are designed and executed in the right ways.

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