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Nonprofit Organizations Committee

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The mission of the Nonprofit Organizations Committee is to serve as a resource for nonprofit lawyers on issues affecting nonprofit organizations in a rapidly changing legal and regulatory environment and to monitor and update the Model Nonprofit Corporation Act.

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