This publication, designed for reproductive rights, health, and justice groups, is a short overview of the laws and regulations that apply to 501(c)(3) public charities when they engage in lobbying and advocacy, including how to shape advocacy during an election time. This resource should be considered an overview of the rules that apply to advocacy. For more in-depth information, please visit Bolder Advocacy’s website where you can nd an extensive library of resources, including fact sheets and in-depth publications.
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Posted by Abby Levine on January 30, 2018
Thinking about watching tonight’s State of the Union and wondering whether and how your organization can respond? If the President mentions an issue core to your mission, can you comment? The answer is YES: 501(c)(3) organizations may speak out and hold government officials accountable for their actions.