Citizen Privacy

Privately supporting causes, and the organizations advancing those causes, is a fundamental freedom that is protected by the First Amendment. We must protect the ability of all Americans to come together in support of each other and the causes they believe in.

WSJ Opinion: A Minor IRS Miracle

The IRS has published a final rule that relieves most 501(c) nonprofits of a requirement to report the names and addresses of major donors. The IRS “does not need” the information “to administer the internal revenue laws,” said the Treasury Department, and it changed the rule “in light of the risks and burden.”

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Preserving Donor Privacy in North Carolina

To preserve our right to free expression, we must resist these attacks on donor privacy by supporting organizations that are challenging donor disclosure demands in court, by opposing laws and administrative orders that require donor disclosure, and by encouraging the enactment of laws that affirmatively protect donor privacy.

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Citizen privacy is protected in Utah

On March 30, Governor Gary Herbert signed a bill into law that protects the First Amendment right of Utah citizens to associate freely with the people and groups of their choosing, making this the fourth state to enact critical citizen privacy legislation after Arizona, Mississippi and West Virginia.

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