The Center for New Revenue is a nonprofit corporation by virtue of North Carolina law. The Center’s mission is to look at sources for new and sensible revenue in both public and private sectors. A particular focus is commerce in temptation goods.
The Center’s founding CEO is Pat Oglesby; its informal Board of Advisors consists of:
Professor Douglas A. Berman of Columbus, Ohio
Dr. Dale Gieringer of Oakland, California
Professor Sam Kamin of Denver, Colorado
LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson of Washington, D.C.
Joseph Murphy, of Boone, North Carolina
Emily Oglesby, of Carrboro, North Carolina
Mary Norris Oglesby, of Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Robert Schofield, of Georgetown, South Carolina
Albert Varner, M.D., of San Rafael, California.
Board Members do not necessarily agree with (or even keep up with) activities of the Center. Dr. Paul Gallis of Savannah, Georgia, helped on the board earlier.
Citing both opposition to tax breaks and scarcity of donations, the Center for New Revenue has not applied for tax-exempt charity status under Code section 501(c).
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