How in the world can the NFL be considered a nonprofit organization that doesn't have to pay taxes?
As CNN recently reported, the National Football League is a $10 billion a year industry, and it's head makes $44 million a year. Even still, the IRS treats the NFL like a tax-exempt nonprofit organization.
Tell your U.S. Senators to eliminate the NFL’s ridiculous tax-exempt status and make them pay their fair share.
It turns out that defending domestic abusers and refusing to change an unquestionably racist team name is not acceptable in the 21st century. And now a movement is building to correct another ridiculous injustice perpetuated by the National Football League.
Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) just introduced a bill that would eliminate the NFL’s ridiculous tax-exempt status—in response to its refusal to address the name of the Washington Redskins. The bill has the support of tribal leaders and thousands of Americans who are tired of paying more taxes so that the NFL can continue to be classified as a non-profit.
Will you join us in supporting this bill, and finally revoke the NFL's tax-exemption?
We're partnering with Rootstrikers to end taxpayer giveaways for one of the wealthiest sports leagues in the world.
We can do this!