Charity, Advocacy and the Law
Discusses what nonprofit organizations can and cannot do to affect public policy in light of the revised set of lobbying regulations recently issued by the IRS. Defines various forms of advocacy (from lobbying and political advocacy to boycotts and demonstrations) as well as the six prohibited activities. Explains how nonprofits are allowed to impact legislative and political processes. Clarifies how nonprofits can carry out their exempt (i.e., religious and educational) functions.
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Advocacy and the Charitable Sector
Dimensions and Perceptions of the Problem
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