The National Organization for Marriage finally surrenders its 990's for 2009

Categories: National Organization for Marriage,Prop 8

Rights Equal Rights founder, Fred Karger, pays NOM a visit

Yesterday, Rights Equal Rights founder Fred Karger paid a follow-up visit to the Washington, DC office of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM). While the anti-gay organization’s 2009 tax filings had still not appeared on the group’s website, a worker surrendered a hard copy of NOM’s long-awaited 2009 tax filings. Karger noted that, since NOM’s founding three years ago, their income and spending has at least tripled every year.

Find copies of NOM’s documents at the link.

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Rights Equal Rights (formerly Californians Against Hate) was founded in July 2008, just after Proposition 8 qualified for the November 4th ballot. We wanted to draw attention to the major donors to the Yes on 8 campaign. These opponents of same-sex marriage spent over $2 million just to qualify this constitutional amendment to take away our newly acquired freedom to marry. If these individuals, businesses, and organizations are so adamant in their desire to turn back the clock and take away our civil rights, then the gay community, our families and our friends will fight back