More than half of the states with solicitation law reporting requirements have recently adjusted filing deadlines and fees, due in part to the early recognition by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that pandemic conditions required a relaxation of filing deadlines for the Form 990, according to The Nonprofit Alliance (TNPA).
The National Association of State Charity Officials (NASCO) provides a chart that inventories the state-by-state changes.
California AB 2208 passed the Assembly Judiciary Committee on May 12 and is now pending in the Senate Appropriations Committee. According to TNPA, the bill would establish new requirements for charitable fundraising platforms:
California AB 2936 also passed through Assembly Judiciary and awaits action from Assembly Appropriations. The legislation creates a distinct reporting category within the solicitation law for donor-advised fund (DAF) sponsoring organizations. The nature and extent of the reporting is not specified and is left to rulemaking by the Attorney General.
Californians for Consumer Privacy announced that they have submitted more than 900,000 signatures for verification to qualify the California Privacy Rights Act (CalPRA) for the November ballot. According to TPNA, the initiative would make numerous changes to the CCPA including:
California AB 2751 was amended and re-referred to the Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee. The bill would amend the definition of de-identified data under the California Consumer Privacy Act to mean information that cannot be used to infer other information about, or otherwise linked to, a particular consumer, contingent on the business taking reasonable measures including:
For more, go to TNPA’s website at https://tnpa.org/
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