This November, Californians will get the chance to vote on seventeen state-wide ballot measures.
This election cycle’s presidential debates could see record-breaking viewership.
A new resource for the many organizations doing good work to address the needs of communities within the Houston area.
In a surprising clip, a pastor is seen interrupting Donald Trump at a Flint, Michigan church as he gives a speech that veered into criticism of Hillary Clinton.
Taking advantage of the momentum to create bolder, bigger change for abortion access.
With a hotly contested presidential election drawing closer, AFJ has been receiving inquiries from organizations with employees who wish to take leave from work to volunteer for election-related activities. All employers need to consider how to deal with such leave requests, but the stakes are even higher for 501(c)(3) employers. After all, would granting leave…
Voter registration drives can be important, powerful additions to a nonprofit’s advocacy efforts. In this election season, Alliance for Justice’s Bolder Advocacy attorneys have been fielding questions about how organizations can make their voter registration drives more effective while remaining legally compliant. Specifically, some organizations have asked whether they can incentivize and/or reward activists who register the most voters with a prize.
With approximately 30,000 gun related deaths per year, the rate of gun violence in the United States is unparalleled by any other country in the developed world. Yet Congress continues to deny that it is a public health issue.
California is the first state to ask federal officials to allow undocumented immigrants in the state to buy health insurance through its state exchange, Covered California. Immigrant rights’ advocates applauded this step towards health care for all Californians, including those who are undocumented.
Newly formed 501(c)(4) organizations now have a new filing requirement. The IRS has issued a final and temporary regulation along with guidance to implement new requirements for 501(c)(4) organizations that had been passed as part of the PATH (Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes) Act.