Repeal of law that bans nonprofits from endorsing candidates said to be back on the table

Repeal of law that bans nonprofits from endorsing candidates said to be back on the table

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Charitable nonprofits could see new pressure to endorse political candidates and partisan issues if a renewed bid to repeal the Johnson Amendment becomes a reality.

Following the defeat of a similar proposal last year as part of the tax reform legislation, politicians and special interest groups reiterated their goal of repealing the amendment last week at the National Religious Broadcasters convention, the National Council of Nonprofits said in an email alert Monday afternoon seeking nonprofit advocacy on the issue.

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Crain's Detroit Business
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