New Threat in Congress to Politicize Nonprofits and Foundations: An Interview with Tim Delaney


Last year, NPQ extensively covered repeated attempts by Congress to repeal and weaken the “Johnson Amendment,” the law that since 1954 has shielded 501c3 organizations from partisan politicking. (Examples of that coverage can be found here, here, here, here, here, and here.) The charitable, religious, and philanthropic communities united … Continued

Federal Legislative Update 1/23

News from the National Council on Nonprofits. Bi-Partisan Opposition Grows for ACA Repeal Without Replacement The 115th Congress convened with the majorities clearly intent to quickly repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or “Obamacare”) within a month and develop a … Continued

Making Nonprofit Votes Count

Nonprofit Votes Count

Thank you, National Council of Nonprofits for Sharing: Our communities benefit from the commitment of more than 14 million employees of charitable nonprofit organizations and the service of more than 20 million board members and 60 million individuals who volunteer … Continued