- Nonprofit organizations are appropriately regulated to ensure compliance with state and federal law.
- Yet new, unfounded government mandates and the overregulation of the charitable sector impede the important work of charities.
- Too often, new regulations are imposed without evidence of a systemic problem or need.
- Charities are heavily regulated by the federal government and each new state or local requirement hampers the sector and removes the crucial predictability necessary to support charities and the communities they serve.
- When considering burdensome rules for charities, lawmakers must ensure they are warranted and tailored to a specific, evidence-based need.