''This tax form just confirms what we had suspected, and that is that they engaged in excessive lobbying, that they have no charitable programs, that they are 100 percent a lobbying organization.... They should not be a tax-exempt nonprofit charitable organization. They are a political action group.''
Holly Huber, who filed a complaint against an anti-gay rights group called Hawaii Family Forum. According to their 2009 tax return, the group spent more than half of its overall expenditures for lobbying. The IRS allows 501(c)(3) non-profits to spend up to 20%, according to Honolulu Star Advertiser. The group apparently spent its funds to lobby against civil unions in that state. (StarAdvertiser.com)