Storms Brewing on Legislative Front
So registration, rules, regulations and fees are seen as good alternatives. The possible benefits of such increased federal oversight are far outweighed by the added costs, especially when there is a general reluctance to pursue criminal cases.
The perception of Grassley, and many others who favor tighter federal regulation of the nonprofit sector, is that America’s charitable organizations are rife with misconduct, corruption and ineffectiveness. Nothing could be further from the truth.