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Nonprofits and legislative activity: peaceful co-existence?

3 years ago · 5 min read

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Not-for-profit and governmental activities often intersect, as nonprofits seek to influence the actions of federal, state, local, school board, and other authorities. To be effective at those efforts, exempt organizations must stay in their approved lane and watch for the guardrails imposed by regulation. With the right attention to detail, they can take appropriate action and influence the governmental environment in which they operate. This article presents key considerations to keep nonprofits on the road to success with political activity.

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