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Endorsers

Check out who is endorsing the Bright Lines Project's mission and helping us achive our goals.

Regulatory Solutions

The Bright Lines Project focuses on encouraging the IRS to modify its regulations regarding tax exempt political activity so that the rules are clearer.

Resources

The Bright Lines Project has many resources to help non-profits understand the tax code better and be prepared for new regulations.

With new guidelines, the IRS has a chance to clarify decades of uncertainty surrounding the rules that govern nonprofits.

LATEST NEWS: BLP submits new draft regulations to the IRS and Treasury! Click here to read our proposal for what new, better rules for nonprofit political activity should look like

Voters on Both Sides of the Aisle Overwhelmingly Support Clearer Nonprofit Rules. More than 8 in 10 voters think it's important to have clear rules in place for nonprofit political activity. Click here to read the full results

Click here to read our statement about the poll.

Click here to watch our poll release event at the Hudson Institute.

In the Press:

Editors, Obama Can Turn Out the Lights on Dark Money, Bloomberg View, (November 19, 2014), http://bv.ms/11icjwc

Chronicle of Philanthropy, Poll: Most Voters Back Tight Rules on Nonprofit Politicking, Chronicle of Philanthropy, (October 1, 2014), http://bit.ly/1vuB3uP

Rachel Bade, Poll: Voters Back Clearer Nonprofit Political Rules, Politico Morning Tax, (September 30, 2014), http://politico.pro/1pJiWws

Leah McGrath Goodman, As Dark Money Floods US Elections, Regulators Turn a Blind Eye, Newsweek, (September 30, 2014), http://bit.ly/YNHXAD

Carl Hulse, Support Strong for Regulating Politics and Nonprofits, New York Times, (September 30, 2014), http://nyti.ms/1xHf8EY