First Amendment | Nonprofits seek protection from disclosing who supports them
by Steve West
Posted 6/09/20, 01:51 pm
When donors give money to a nonprofit, they don’t expect the organization to make their personal information public. And most nonprofit groups prohibit disclosing donor details. But elected officials in recent years have worked to erode that privacy under the guise of exposing the influence of “dark money” on causes or elections.