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Inauguration Basics for Nonprofits

Ryann Alonso | December 14, 2020
Despite all of the brouhaha, including a spate of failed lawsuits, surrounding Donald Trump’s refusal to publicly acknowledge the election results, Joe Biden will be sworn in on January 20, 2021 as the 46th President of the United States. In the years before the pandemic, the inauguration of a US… Read More

AFJ Weighs In

Heather Burke | July 16, 2018
Our commitment to supporting nonprofits and foundations does not stop at providing resources and information on advocacy. We fight for your right to advocate, at the state and federal levels. We monitor Congress and federal agencies for changes in rules that affect advocacy, and act when it’s needed. We also… Read More

Update on Tax Reform: December 20, 2017

ldinapoli | December 20, 2017
The tax bill, which has now passed in both the Senate and House of Representatives and will make its way to the Presiden...
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What Can a Nonprofit Say About a Potential 2024 Trump Candidacy?

Ryann Alonso | December 9, 2020
With the 2020 election over, but for the procedural formalities, President Trump has been publicly grappling with his next steps. One option that has garnered a lot of speculation is Trump potentially running for president in 2024, with rumors swirling around the possibility that he will make this announcement on… Read More