Legislative inaction at the state and federal level has seen nonprofits moving toward using litigation as a normative standard in advancing their advocacy campaigns like never before.
What to do about the Citizens United decision allowing for-profit corporations to spend unlimited funds on electoral campaigns.
“Nonprofit staff don’t vote.” The Silicon Valley Council of Nonprofits tested this. Here’s what they found.
Pablo Eisenberg shares some reforms that speak to democracy in the United States, and that would be pretty easy for foundations to do.
Rick Cohen’s analysis shows us why the 2010 Census is so important and what nonprofits can do now to make sure everyone is counted.
Robert Egger discusses how Citizens United v. FEC grants political free-speech rights to corporations and unions, but excludes nonprofits.
Rick Cohen explores three large and distinct ways that the nonprofit sector is involved with the health care reform debates.
Rick Cohen explores the faith-based federal funds initiative launched by President Bush and revamped by President Obama.