Bills, Legislation

In this week's Washington Snapshot, you'll find: Last Chance: Public Policy Preconference; Ways and Means Passes Charitable Tax Extenders; California Fundraising Law Advances; Online Guide to Missouri and Illinois Charities; Concern Over Future of New Markets Tax Credit; Revision on NTEE Classification System

In this week's Washington Snapshot, you'll find: Last Chance: Public Policy Preconference; Congressman Paulsen Introduces Bill to Simplify Private Foundation Excise Tax; IRA Charitable Rollover Permanence Bill - Markup Likely Next Week Talks Continue in Senate on Extenders; Agreement on Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act; IRS Will Revise 501(c)(4) Rules; Private Letter Ruling of Interest; Connecticut Legislation on Benefit Corporations; Private Foundation Assets Growing

In this week's edition of Washington Snapshot, you'll find: Just Announce - Public Policy Preconference; New Dates - "Tax Reform: Charting the Future of Philanthropy"; Senate Vote on Tax Externder Bill; Schock Bill Would Make IRA Charitable Rollover Permanent; New Book from Urban Institute's Gene Steurle; Should We Criticize Philanthropy?

In this week's edition of Washington Snapshot, you'll find: The IRA Charitable Rollover - Working Toward Permanence & Expansion; New Dates - "Tax Reform: Charting the Future of Philanthropy" Webinars; Happenings on the Hill; Philanthropy News and Op-Eds

In this issue: First Lady and Dr. Jill Biden Announce Philanthropy-Joining Forces Impact Pledge, Council Comments on IRS Priority Guidance Plan, Congress Takes Up Extenders, Favorable IRS Rulings to Know About, Philanthropy News and Op-eds

In this week's edition of Washington Snapshot: Council to Senate: Preserve & Expand IRA Rollover; More on the Tax Reform Act of 2014; Property Tax Proposal in Connecticut; California Senate Votes "No" on Political Activity Bill; New Papers on the Future of State Charities Regulation; Philanthropy Op-Ed

In this week's snapshot, you'll read about: Camp Bill Sets Critical Precedents; 501(c)(4) Rules Elicit Strong Public Response; Philanthropy Week in Washington Recap; Other News in Philanthropy

In this issue: Chairman Camp Releases Tax Reform Proposal, Philanthropy Week Update, Council Submits Comments on Proposed 501(c)(4) Regulations, President highlights foundations' investments in My Brother's Keeper initiative announcement, and State Activity

In this issue: Updates on Philanthropy Week in Washington; Camp tax reform plan expected soon; Wyden officially named new Senate Finance Chair; Backlash on 501(c)(4) political activity rules; and Congress Suspends Debt Ceiling.

In this Issue: A Fiscal Deal Emerges; Besides opening the government, what else does this deal accomplish?; So is the fiscal stalemate over?; What does this mean for federal grantees?; We will keep you posted!; Shutdown advocacy efforts; Council President and CEO Vikki Spruill named one of the "Top 20 Women in Philanthropy"; HUD Secretary's Award for Public-Philanthropic Partnerships; The Rhode Island Foundation-Green and Healthy Homes Initiative Providence; The Saint Paul Foundation