Legislation Could Jeopardize Future NC Rulemaking

Last week, the N.C. Senate approved the conference report of an administrative procedures bill (H.B. 162) that would prohibit state agencies and commissions from adopting regulations with an economic impact of more than $100 million over a five-year period and would require a supermajority of the rulemaking commission for  agencies and commissions to adopt regulations with an economic impact of $10 million or more over a five-year period.

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Join us for a Nonprofit Town Hall in your area! 

Join the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits and our partners across the state for a Nonprofit Town Hall meeting to get a preview of major trends, threats, and opportunities for nonprofits in 2017.  As policymakers head to Raleigh and Washington full of new ideas (along with some recycled ones), many of their top priorities will involve issues of critical importance to nonprofits. 


At the Nonprofit Town Hall, you will have the opportunity to: 

  • Hear the latest about trends in the nonprofit sector and how our sector fits into the changing national and state political landscape. 
  • Talk with other nonprofit leaders about potential policy changes that create anxiety for your organization’s future and those that could help make your nonprofit’s work more sustainable. 
  • Learn what you can do next to start to build a better future for your nonprofit, your community, and the people you serve. 


Space is limited and registration is required. 


Handouts will be provided as they become available 

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NC Nonprofits Day, March 21, State Legislature

At NC Nonprofits Day, build relationships with legislators now to help them understand your issues and concerns, and advocate on policies that affect your mission.

There is no charge to attend NC Nonprofits Day. We just ask that you RSVP.

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Public Policy Forum 

March 20-21 

Public Policy Forum, March 20, McKimmon Center 

With the 2017-18 session of the General Assembly now officially underway, it's a critical time to make our voices heard. Get the tools, training, and connections to help you speak out effectively for your cause at the Public Policy Forum. 

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