If you’re a 501(c)(3) nonprofit you must be very careful. Groups with 501(c)(4) status have much more latitude.
No. It’s a form of administrative advocacy that is not considered lobbying by the IRS.
This week’s question concerns whether public charities can urge a governor or president to take action on a bill.
This week’s question concerns when a communication on social media should be classified as lobbying.
This week’s question touches on organizations working together.
This week’s question concerns how to track lobbying.
This week’s question concerns the limits of discussing elected officials and candidates on social media.
Can a private foundation engage in litigation?
This week’s question concerns whether it is lobbying to ask the president about something related to an existing law.
When a private foundation makes a general support grant to a public charity, does it need to restrict the funds from being used for lobbying?