Donor Transparency Meets Russia Controversy Amid New Treasury Rule

Donor Transparency Meets Russia Controversy Amid New Treasury Rule

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D.C. groups that represent traditional nonprofits are generally wary of both the new IRS rule and efforts to repeal the Johnson Amendment. They see each as further blurring the line between charities and political groups.

“The collateral damage to the reputation of charitable nonprofits, even those that steer far clear of the secret money and pressure to endorse candidates, will be devastating,” National Council of Nonprofits President and CEO Tim Delaney said in a statement Thursday.

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