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Maine – Lobbying or Not?

Heather Burke | January 15, 2019
Common scenarios in Maine, and whether or not they are considered lobbying....


Heather Burke | December 14, 2018

Core Components of Community Organizing Evaluation

Heather Burke | November 8, 2018
Through our research, seven key components of organizing emerged across different styles and approaches. More information about each component and its relationship to the evaluation of organizing is provided. Although there is overlap among the key components, it is useful to focus on each of these points. Development of Power… Read More

The Senate Voted to Overturn an IRS Rule. What Does This Mean?

Ronnie Pawelko | December 14, 2018
On Wednesday, December 12, the Senate passed a bill that affects the duty of some nonprofits to report the names and add...

Nonprofit Coalition Helps Extend Health Insurance Coverage to 90,000 Nebraskans

Shyaam Subramanian | November 29, 2018
The 2018 midterm elections saw record voter turnout and activism, and across the country nonprofit organizations mobiliz...

Nonprofits Have a Lot to Be Thankful for in the Wake of the Midterm Elections

Natalie Roetzel Ossenfort | November 16, 2018
When most people think about the recent midterm elections, they think about the candidates who won and lost and the race...

Nonprofits and Foundations Can Defend Housing and Health in Immigrant Communities by Fighting the Proposed “Public Charge” Rule Change

Shyaam Subramanian | November 15, 2018
On October 10, 2018, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) proposed a change to the “public charge” policy that,...

Ex-Felons Voting Rights Restored in Florida

Jacquelyn Carter | November 7, 2018
Restoring voter rights for ex-felons is a major victory in the battle to provide returning citizens with the rights and ...