Organizations, advocates, and activists across the country submit 45 amicus briefs to SCOTUS on a reproductive rights case.
Depending on how you look at it, one could say that Congress has finally taken much needed action and provided clarity to 501(c)(4) social welfare organizations. On December 18, 2015, President Obama signed the Protecting Americans form Tax Hikes Act (PATH) of 2015. While much of the PATH Act deals with extension of certain tax
On December 18th, President Obama signed The Fair Treatment for All Gifts Act, clarifying once and for all that donations to c4s, c5s, and c6s are not subject to taxation by the IRS.
History tells us that a multipronged approach to immigrant rights is crucial for meaningful social change.
In a long awaited decision in the case of Parks v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, the United States Tax Court recently examined a series of radio messages created and funded by a private foundation and determined that the messages constituted taxable expenditures under the Internal Revenue Code (IRC).
On December 8, the Supreme Court will be hearing argument in a case that could radically change the nature of democracy in the United States. The goal of the plaintiffs in the case is to entirely discount the views, needs, and even existence of non-voters in the political process at local, state, and national levels.
Next week marks the return to the Supreme Court of Abigail Fisher and her zombie challenge to the race-conscious admissions program of the University of Texas.
Sometimes, an employer’s harassment becomes intolerable. Sometimes, the only reasonable thing to do is quit.
The agency charged with enforcing the California Political Reform Act has had a busy fall.
Our vibrant nonprofit sector owes much to individuals who have the vision and courage to lead with integrity, transparency, and vision. We lost two such leaders in the last few weeks.