Did Blueprint North Carolina violate the ban disallowing 501(c)(3) public charities from partisan political activity?
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Pennsylvania State Sen. Jim Ferlo (D-Pittsburgh) has introduced a tax bill that would essentially ask nonprofits to indirectly subsidize the business sector. Now we’ve seen it all.
In Florida, a nonprofit that uses prison labor manufactures license plates and now confronts the state government that is looking to contract the work out to a private vendor.
As it seeks “to be a political player in a positive way” so as to “have a greater voice for philanthropy,” where has the Association of Fundraising Professionals directed its PAC money?
Democrats have long championed campaign finance reform, but with super PACs helping President Obama win in 2012, will their concerns about big money eroding democracy fade?
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