Focus on the Family Action

Focus on the Family Action

Focus on the Family Action (sometimes just Focus Action) founded in April 2004, is an evangelical Christian 501(c)(4) non-profit organization based in the United States. The organization claims it is, "completely separate from Focus on the Family, legally," referring to the original 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by James Dobson. "It has been created by separating out of Focus on the Family those activities which constitute lobbying under the IRS code so that they can be expanded in scope." []


According to a Denver Post article, in April and May 2005, Tom Minnery, vice president of public policy, said Focus on the Family Action spent $1.2 million on the Senate filibuster debate. []

External links

* [ Focus on the Family ACTION web site]

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