ACRFR

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ACRFRAmerican Charities for Reasonable Fundraising Regulation (Arlington, VA)
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"Most NASCO people would describe him (Fitzgibbons) as provocative but irrelevant," said Geoffrey Peters, pro bono counsel to American Charities For Reasonable Fundraising Regulation (ACFRFR).
The measure, passed by the state Senate and now in the state's House, is almost certain to pass, said Nave, who also is counsel to American Charities For Reasonable Fundraising Regulation (ACFRC).
Public Citizen, a national nonprofit consumer advocacy group, filed the second suit in 2001, along with Greenpeace, American Charities For Reasonable Fundraising Regulation (ACFRFR) and the Direct Marketing Association Nonprofit Federation.
Peters, pro bono general counsel for the Vienna, Va.-based American Charities for Reasonable Fundraising Regulation (ACFRFR), said the rule as promulgated "would have amounted to a 300 percent increase in postage costs for nonprofits."
"This will be a good case to cite to the federal court in the Pinellas II litigation brought by a group of plaintiffs including American Charities for Reasonable Fundraising Regulation (ACRFR)," said Geoff Peters, pro-bono general counsel of ACRFR in Washington, D.C."Perhaps a few more victories like this for the nonprofit community and the local politicians will conclude that they should just enforce their laws against fraud and misrepresentation and not charge honest charities and their donors to support collecting and filing meaningless paperwork."
Enforcement issues could really be different than what is usually perceived, explained Geoffrey Peters, a volunteer general counsel for the American Charities for Reasonable Fundraising Regulation. The organization is known as the Litigation Coalition made up of 400 charities and fundraisers in Arlington, Va.
A similar case, between Pinellas County, Fla., and Washington, D.C.-based American Charities for Reasonable Fundraising Regulation, received a split decision from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
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