Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Although the story has been blogged elsewhere, I thought it appropriate to note it here as well: the NYT posted a story yesterday about businesses (rather than individuals) donating to 501(c)(4) organizations (and sometimes 501(c)(6)'s, like the Chamber of Commerce) in order to shield their identity.
We've blogged about (c)(4)'s almost too many times to count (do a search if you want to pull these up). No need to recount the past debate here. Me, I'd probably just get rid of the (c)(4) designation entirely . . .