“Opinion: Protect Michigan nonprofit donors’ privacy”

Sean Parnell:

The bill would do nothing to roll back Michigan’s laws mandating disclosure of campaign contributions or inhibit investigations of fraudulent practices by nonprofits. The only thing the Personal Privacy Protection Act does is prevent state and local officials from abusing their power by demanding the donor lists of charities and other nonprofits, as well as prohibit disclosure of personal information connected to a nonprofit that may come into government possession.

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