From the Washington Free Beacon today by Andrew Kerr and Joseph Simonson:
The nonprofit founded by Stacey Abrams and once helmed by Sen. Raphael Warnock (D., Ga.) dismissed most of its leadership over the summer. A former executive told the Washington Free Beacon that the group’s top accountant was fired after saying he couldn’t do his job without violating the law. Now the group missed a crucial IRS filing deadline, an error that puts it on the wrong side of federal law.
From the article:
According to National Legal and Policy Center counsel Paul Kamenar, the groups’ failure to file the Form 990 on time suggests “serious financial irregularities that should be audited.” With no known leadership in its accounting division, the New Georgia Project seems unable to comply with federal laws governing nonprofits, and faces potential fines or other penalties.
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