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Public Policy and Advocacy Strategies

Public policy engagement is a key strategy for ensuring sustainable improvements in population health. As a result, health philanthropy plays a vital and unique role in the public policy process. GIH works to build understanding between health grantmakers and policymakers, and supports grantmakers in their efforts to advance policy change.

Contact Eileen Salinsky for more information about our programming in this area.

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Spotlight
January 2018


On Friday, December 15, 2017, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an unpublished memorandum disposition in the case of Parks v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue. The court affirmed the decision of the United States Tax Court, which held the Parks Foundation (a private foundation) liable for non-exempt lobbying expenditures related to a ballot measure and imposed an excise tax on both the foundation and its manager.


Spotlight
January 2018


As the Census Bureau prepares for the upcoming 2020 Census, some populations in rural America will be difficult to count accurately, including residents of deep Appalachia, African Americans in the rural south, Hispanics in the rural southwest, as well as migrant and seasonal farmworkers. New research from the Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire outlines the specific challenges in identifying and enumerating these hard-to-count (HTC) populations.


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