501c4’s are supposed to be “…exclusively for promotion of public welfare”
Congresswoman Malone points to the disparity between IRS tax law as regards 501c4’s and how Treasury has been implementing it since 1959, “exclusively” vs. “primarily” for promotion of social welfare.
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