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active support of an idea or cause etc.

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Supreme Court ruling 38 years ago, the only coordination that is forbidden is between candidates and independent groups that go beyond issue advocacy to ''express advocacy'' -- explicitly advocating the election or defeat of a particular candidate.
The IRS has released two rulings that provide a non-exhaustive list of factors the agency considers when determining whether an issue advocacy communication is electioneering.
28) Given the Supreme Court's reliance in Citizens United on the proposition that the First Amendment has its fullest and most urgent application to speech uttered during a campaign for political office," (29) coupled with the assumption that the plaintiffs were free to engage in issue advocacy, that argument surely had merit.
WIMG will be honoring the Women's Foundation of Colorado, a statewide nonprofit that advocates for women and girls through grant making, programs, research and issue advocacy, along with the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance School, a world renowned African-American dance company.
I am excited to help deliver the type of high-caliber results clients have come to expect from AGI, said Eltringham, who brings a decade of public affairs and issue advocacy experience.
org is a reduction of what Malloy calls "sham issue advocacy.
Simply stated, "Framing The Future" should be considered mandatory reading for every political activist, candidate for political office, and social issue advocacy group in the country.
During the past several years, Congress has repeatedly considered legislation that would regulate or prohibit certain forms of grassroots education and issue advocacy.
As fall started, ATLA launched issue advocacy television and radio ads in five congressional districts, directed at members of Congress who have routinely put the interests of the big drug and oil companies ahead of their constituents' well-being.
Quin Monson, found that spending by issue advocacy groups outpaced candidate spending in 10 of the 26 races they examined.
501(c)(3) charitable organizations can engage in "issue advocacy" by taking a position on public policy issues, but they must avoid issue advocacy that functions as political campaign intervention.
Charitable organizations can engage in "issue advocacy" by taking a position on issues, but must avoid issue advocacy that functions as political campaign intervention.
ACHI is a health policy center that conducts evidence-based research, public issue advocacy and collaborative program development.