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Americans for Prosperity is among the groups at the Supreme Court in a case from California that involves a state rule that mandates the disclosure of some donor names. The groups claim doing so would violate their First Amendment right to freedom of association and that it would subject their donors to potential harassment. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Eyes Rich Activists, Their Anonymous Donations And Tax Breaks

At issue is a California law that requires tax-exempt charities to file with the state a list of their large donors — a copy, in fact, of the list they file annually with the IRS.

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Americans for Prosperity is among the groups at the Supreme Court in a case from California that involves a state rule that mandates the disclosure of some donor names. The groups claim doing so would violate their First Amendment right to freedom of association and that it would subject their donors to potential harassment. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Eyes Rich Activists, Their Anonymous Donations And Tax Breaks

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Pasquotank County Sheriff Tommy Wooten II (right) and Chief Deputy Daniel Fogg released a statement on Facebook on Saturday afternoon about the body camera footage related to the killing of Andrew Brown Jr. Pasquotank County Sheriff's Office Facebook Page hide caption

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N.C. Sheriff Says He Wants To Release Bodycam Footage In Killing Of Andrew Brown Jr.

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Some states have gained or lost Electoral College votes because of changes in population numbers recorded by the 2020 census. Zach Levitt/NPR hide caption

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Here's How The 1st 2020 Census Results Changed Electoral College, House Seats

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Bob Fass, longtime radio host for WBAI, died Saturday. His show, Radio Unnameable, aired for more than 50 years. Jon Kalish hide caption

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Bob Fass, Free-Form Radio Pioneer, Dies At 87

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