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12/12/2011

Secretive Santa: 'Independent' gifts us with NOM's tax forms

by Jeremy Hooper

Thanks to The American Independent, NOM and NOM Education Fund's 2010 990s are now online. Documents and exhaustive report at link:

Under IRS rules regarding nonprofit entities with 501©3 and ©4 status, all donations above $5,000 must be disclosed. Of the 22 contributions NOM’s (c )4 was obligated to list, all but five were greater than $5,000.

The top five contributions to the National Organization for Marriage, Inc.:

$3,416,000
$2,940,000
$750,000
$600,000
$400,000

NOM’s 2010 financial records raise questions [Washington Independent]

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