Increasingly in Massachusetts, policy issues are being put directly to voters on the ballot, rather than being resolved by their representatives on Beacon Hill. In 2018, voters may be asked to address transgender rights, tax rates, minimum wage, paid family and medical leave, and even hospital staffing.
Nearly all of the Commonwealth’s nonprofits are affected by these issues, and many have well-developed viewpoints on them. So, what role may nonprofits play in this active arena?
Read the full article on the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network website.