Lobbying and Advocacy by Nonprofit Organizations: Rethinking the Legal Constraints on Nonprofit Voices

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Research Abstract
Lobbying and Advocacy by Nonprofit Organizations: Rethinking the Legal Constraints on Nonprofit Voices
The nonprofit sector has become increasingly important to the governments ability to deliver a whole range of services. Yet federal law keeps nonprofits from having a commensurate say in the development of public policy, argue scholars in recent studies funded in part by the Nonprofit Sector Research Fund. The problem is compounded by nonprofits lack of understanding about what they are legally able to do, under existing regulations, to influence public policy. (From first paragraph)
This article examines how federal law keeps nonprofits from having a commensurate say in the development of public policy
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Periodical (article)
Grace, Jean
Snapshots
No. 34
Friday, April 30, 2004
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