Show Us Your ‘Estate’ Papers

(An excerpt from the paper, A Radical and Unlawful Power Grab over Private Charity and Religion)

Most of the published comments about POCAA so far have centered on Section 4, which creates yet another registration requirement for charities. The new, additional requirement to register under POCAA applies when charitable assets exceed $50,000. The Act also […]

POCAA: A special interest power grab for charity regulators

From my piece today at The Examiner, “A power-grab against charity and religion”:

“The model Protection of Charitable Assets Act — which is being promoted by the National Association of State Charity Officials — represents a state power grab of poorly defined discretion over the property rights of private charities, churches, and even the estates […]