Re: [FSP] Re: Upcoming conventions needing coverage...
You're correct. Greg Holmes and I are attending the national convention.
So far, Elizabeth is the only other FSP person that we've identified as
P.S. I didn't think there was anything "hysterical" in Elizabeth's reply
a while back. As in most organizations, a few do most of the work.
She's done the most and we need more like her.
On Wed, 01 May 2002 02:47:21 -0000 "eddie_g_bradford"
> National (Indianapolis) - July 3-7I am hoping to go to the Texas one in June. I can't be sure though
> Please get in touch with Jason or myself if interested.
because I might be flying around the country on a job interview or
something. I'll try to be there.
As for the National convention I was asking people about this earlier and
I *think* these guys are going.
Hope this helps.
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- Right. For example, the NRA holds clear positions on issues,
does mailings and education and information, but the NRA-ILA
is their arm that does lobbying and petitioning.
--- In freestateproject@y..., libertymls@f... wrote:
> > Since
> > incorporating into a non-profit, influencing policy is a no-no.
> Well...kind of...a non profit can't raise $$ to influence political
> giving $$ to candidates, actively working for a particular
> (This is why non profits hold "candidate forums" etc...invite all
> candidates, that takes care of "supporting a particular
one"...even if NO
> other candidates show up to the forum:-) There are, however,
> profit "lobbying groups" that lobby the legislature on various
> The members of a group simply discussing public policy is
not, in any
> way shape or form, prohibited to non profits, to the best of my
> knowledge. (This is even a step below lobbying:-)
> Certainly, the members of a non profit discussing various
> with a goal of determining what, if any, laws should exist in a
> "free state" could not be considered illegal for a non profit.