NH Nonprofits Step Up Opposition to Mandatory Board Training Bill

Senate Bill 186, a bill that would require any NH nonprofit that receives more than $250,000 in the aggregate from federal, state or local funds to send a Board chair, officer or designee to a required biennial training, was heard by the House Executive Departments and Administration Committee (ED & A) on April 1.

NH Center for Nonprofits joins a vast number of nonprofits, including large financial, health care, education and service provider institutions, in strong opposition to this bill.

To express your concerns to the ED & A Committee, call Committee members.

Read the key points to the Center's opposition and the Center's letter to the Committee.

Post date: April 10, 2014
Topics: NH Legislative Updates

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