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Chris Beauboeuf

Heather Burke | February 21, 2019
Chris is the Bolder Advocacy Program Associate for the organization.  In this role she provides a wide range of administ...

Shannon Williams

Heather Burke | February 21, 2019
Shannon Williams is the Advocacy Evaluation Manager at Alliance for Justice. As part of the Bolder Advocacy team, she le...

Celebrating a Win for Advocacy in New York State

Heather Burke | February 4, 2019
by Ronnie Pawelko Before I came to Bolder Advocacy to work with nonprofits to help them understand the rules and laws that apply to their advocacy, I spent almost 20 years as a reproductive rights advocate in the state of New York. On the anniversary of Roe v Wade, I… Read More

Maine – Lobbying or Not?

Heather Burke | January 15, 2019
Common scenarios in Maine, and whether or not they are considered lobbying....

Advocating in Missouri? You may be a Lobbyist

Nikhil Pillai | February 1, 2019
On November 28, 2018, an Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, in Calzone v. Missouri Ethics Commission, upheld the Missouri...

Complying with the Federal Robocall Law? It’s Hard…

Leslie Barnes | January 30, 2019
New technology has made it easy and affordable for organizations to communicate with supporters, donors, and members of ...

Speak Out Now to Protect College Students

Ronnie Pawelko | January 28, 2019
Wednesday, January 30, is the last day to submit comments on a proposed regulation that addresses how college campuses a...

Litigation Update: Census 2020 Citizenship Question

Nona Randois |
In addition to the critical role the census plays in determining the apportionment of congressional representation, the...

The Senate Voted to Overturn an IRS Rule. What Does This Mean?

Ronnie Pawelko | December 14, 2018
On Wednesday, December 12, the Senate passed a bill that affects the duty of some nonprofits to report the names and add...