Collaboration in Idaho and Pacific Northwest
“If we want the state of Idaho to flourish in every corner and for every community to thrive, it is critical that all representatives of our region – business leaders, government officials, health care representatives, nonprofit professionals, educators, faith-based leaders, individual community members – stop emphasizing the lines that divide us and instead join a productive, constructive discussion that focuses on collaborative solutions.” - Terry Stokesbary, M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust
Feedback needed for the Idaho Attorney General
The office of the Idaho Attorney General is working on legislation that the Idaho nonprofit sector should be aware of. Our policy committee is committed to ensuring that you are alerted of any potential legislation that may impact your organization as well as providing you with opportunities to provide feedback to not only the Idaho Nonprofit Center but also to the Attorney General.
This most recent legislation is similar in nature–yet completely reworked–of the ICAPSA legislation that we first shared with you during 2016-2017.
Please click here to read the latest version–the one from which the Attorney General’s office will be working from for the next several months. This is the most recent draft and titled “version 1.” Please take a moment to review. We invite you to share your questions and feedback with us through this form.
The Attorney General’s office would also invite direct feedback from you as well. Any questions or concerns can be directed to Brett DeLange, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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