We Need a Budget that Supports Nonprofits
- 1. Make sure that funding to nonprofits remains a priority;
- 2. Remind legislators that moving some state-operated human services to nonprofits can save as much as $300 million over the biennium – many millions of dollars that can be used to fund nonprofit programs and services #ForAllofUs; and
- 3. Reject plans to charge sales tax or property tax on nonprofits. Piling taxation onto the backs of nonprofits will force more layoffs and service reductions, and people will suffer.
Stay tuned for additional information on how you can best help get the message to legislators. Thank you again for all your help, time and energy throughout the legislative session.
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Human services cuts take effect after a month without a budget By Julia Werth | August 1, 2017 After a month without an adopted budget, the first round of cuts to human services agencies across state government took effect Tuesday. The departments of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS), Developmental Disabilities, Correction, Social Services, and… Read more »