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February 13, 2020

Legislature Passes Bill Prohibiting State from Identifying Some Nonprofit Donors

Charleston Gazette-Mail – The West Virginia House of Delegates on Thursday approved a bill that would prevent state government from releasing information about who makes donations to certain nonprofit organizations in the state. Read article.

The House approved Senate Bill 16, also called the “Protect Our Right to Unite Act,” in a 75-22 vote. Three delegates were absent. The bill unanimously passed the Senate with no debate Jan. 20.

Conversation Thursday in the House lasted less than five minutes before delegates voted on the measure.

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