Nonprofit Head Concerned Animal Rights Fundraising Bill Could Hurt Other Charities

Nonprofit Head Concerned Animal Rights Fundraising Bill Could Hurt Other Charities

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However, Marnie Taylor, the president and CEO of the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, told The Journal Record’s Dale Denwalt she worries that the bill could be use more broadly in the future:

“It doesn’t matter if it’s an animal rights organization; you could substitute anybody else in there and then it’s a really scary bill,” Taylor said.

The animal charity phrase could easily be changed to reference gun rights or other organizations, she said.

“You could put the Red Cross in,” she said. “You could put the Heart Association in.”

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