Key IssuesSector Regulation
The proper way to regulate the charitable sector is with strategic oversight that is specific to an evidence-based need. Arbitrary rules and unnecessary mandates, ultimately, harm those who rely on charity the most by restricting overall giving and diverting resources away from helping those in need.
November 21, 2022
Patrice Onwuka in Washington Examiner: “New Red Tape Will Slow Philanthropy’s Response to Crises”
Sector Regulation Resources
When Philanthropy Comes Under Attack: What the Resurgence of Populism Means for Charitable Organizations
Policy Philanthropy and Its Key Role in Civil Society
Wealth Tax Proposals Threaten Philanthropy
Government Overreach Hurts Charities and Those They Serve
Creighton Meland Jr. v. Shirley N. Weber, Secretary of State of California
Understanding the King-Grassley Bill To Restrict Charitable Giving, S. 1981/H.R. 6595
What’s in the Ace Act, S.1981/H.R.6595?
Creighton Meland Jr. v. Alex Padilla, Secretary of State of California
All Americans should be free to give to causes they care aboutLearn More