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Guidestar was founded by Arthur "Buzz" Schmidt in Williamsburg, Virginia in 1994, under the name Philanthropic Research, Inc. The company, which provided nonprofit information, officially received tax-exempt status as a 501 (c) (3) public charity in 1996.When did GuideStar sue the defender of religious freedom?
Retrieved August 11, 2017. ^ 2017 (June 29, 2017). "Defender of Religious Freedom Sues Nonprofit Tracker GuideStar Over 'Hate Group' Labels". The Daily Signal. Retrieved August 11, 2017. ^ "Liberty Counsel vs GuideStar District Court Memorandum Opinion and Order" (PDF). Retrieved August 24, 2020.When did the New Mexico Attorney General start the GuideStar program?
In November 2001, Time named Schmidt one of seven innovators in philanthropy for the new millennium. At the end of the year, the New Mexico Attorney General's Office launched an on-line Charities Research Service based on a customized version of the GuideStar database and search engine.