Does solicitation registration subject charity to AG review?


If a charity is incorporated under a state’s nonprofit law but is registered with other states to solicit contributions, is the organization now subject to the requirements for the Attorney General in those other states to approve corporate transactions?

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May youth football team refuse membership to harassing parent?


Last season a parent harassed the staff of our 501(c)(3) youth football team so badly that our president had to obtain a restraining order. The order has now expired. May we refuse to let the family join our team this season?

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