With certain social service agencies — including the Council for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and the Independent Living Council — facing loss of state funding in Gov. Otter's proposals, some say the nonprofit sector will inherit even more responsibilities to advocate for the vulnerable among us.
That fact is bound to make this year's Nonprofit Legislative Day even more interesting than usual.
The day-long event will include lunch with legislators and panel discussions with legislators who have actually served on the board, or staff of an Idaho nonprofit agency.
Sen. Shawn Keough, Sandpoint (District 1)
Committees: JFAC, Transportation
Sen. Chuck Winder, Boise (District 14)
Committees: Education, Transportation, Agricultural Affairs
Rep. Darrel Bolz, Caldwell, (District 10)
Committees: JFAC, Agricultural Affairs, Judiciary, Rules, & Administration
Rep. Wendy Jaquet, Ketchum (District 25)
Committees: JFAC, Environment, Energy, & Technology, Judiciary, Rules, & Administration
Register, and learn more online at idahononprofits.org.