State Associations in the News

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Nonprofits workshop raises awareness about 'Islamophobia'

Tags: Oklahoma
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State budget cuts to nonprofits, capital projects loom

Sheila Bravo, president and chief executive officer of the Delaware Alliance for Nonprofit Advancement, which represents 300 organizations, said many nonprofit groups that receive state funds have been aware for some time that there could be cuts...

Tags: Delaware, State Budgets
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New overtime rules could hit nonprofits hard

There are more than 17,000 nonprofit organizations in Oregon. A vast majority of those have no paid staff. But between those that do, there are about 172,000 employees, said Jim White, executive director of the Nonprofit Association of Oregon.

Tags: Oregon, Overtime, Minimum Wage
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Breaking the Ice: Skis, sails, solutions with nonprofit veteran

Susie Brown traces her interest in public policy to door-knocking she did years ago on behalf of her sister-in-law’s statehouse bid — a sister-in-law (and ex-Minnesotan) known since February 2015 as Oregon Gov. Kate Brown.

Tags: Minnesota
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Local employers react to DOL's overtime rule

Nonprofit organizations will also be effected by the overtime rule updates.

Tags: Alabama, Overtime
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The real-life impact of the budget impasse

According to the study prepared by Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations, along with Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership and United Way of Pennsylvania, more than 17,000 Pennsylvanians served by 22...

Tags: Pennsylvania, State Budget
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As another Pa. budget deadline looms, nonprofits hope it won’t be déjà vu

All told, the survey counted 17,100 people who were turned away or received reduced services during the nine-month stalemate.

Tags: Pennsylvania, State Budget
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Nonprofits' Tax-Exemption Battle Moves to the Courts

The Princeton case differs from previous legal challenges in one important way: It was brought by residents. The fee for filing a property tax challenge is typically very low -- less than $100.

Tags: Tax Exemption, New Jersey
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Chesapeake Energy donates office complex to Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits

Chesapeake Energy Corp. is donating a northwest Oklahoma City office strip mall housing dozens of nonprofit agencies to the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits.

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Nonprofits: Programs, fundraising could be hurt by new overtime rules

The feedback from the Michigan Nonprofit Association's members has been mixed, President Donna Murray-Brown said.

Tags: Michigan, Overtime

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