Our 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation reviews its bylaws annually. Prior to the proposed changes going to the membership, they are reviewed by the board of directors. The board forwards all proposals to the membership with recommendations for or against. A rationale is always provided for the board’s recommendation. Recently a member told me that the board should forward all proposals without any recommendation. Is this true?
September 1-15, 2011
September 1, 2011 to September 15, 2011
Reversing trial court, appeals court says notice tells donors that professional solicitors will sell goods
Court restricts disclosure of some information, even from other members who have right to inspect
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