US Supreme Court rules that charities do not need to disclose large donors

News Team, 27/07/2021

The United States’ Supreme Court has handed down its decision in Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Bonta - a case that is likely to have a widespread impact on state non-profit donor disclosure and transparency frameworks across the country, law firm Dentons has advised.

In Bonta, the Court addressed the constitutionality of California’s donor disclosure obligations for charitable organizations soliciting funds within the state, ultimately finding the requirement to be a facially invalid restriction of First Amendment rights because it burdens the freedom of association of donors without being tailored to an important go...

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