Whenever a new President or Governor is elected, nonprofit organizations, including 501(c)(3) public charities, wonder how they can be involved in nominating cabinet-level, judicial and executive branch nominees, including those that require legislative confirmation. This fact sheet addresses when influencing a president’s or governor’s transition team may be considered lobbying under the IRS rules, as well as the federal Lobbying Disclosure Act (LDA) and state lobbying disclosure laws.
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Posted by Ronnie Pawelko on July 16, 2018
While fighting against the nomination of anti-choice nominee Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court, don’t lose focus on another battle: a new gag rule for Title X family planning programs.