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- 102-minute Digital Video – July 10, 2013 Webinar with Secretary of State’s Nicole Lamboley & ANN’s Phil Johncock
- AB 60 on NELLIS (bill text, meetings, etc.)
- AB 60 Outline & Background
- AB 60 Solicitor Checklist: Version 1 (July 2013) Version 2 (November 2013)
- AB 60 Special Report III <= Print This! (transcription of July 10 webinar in a searchable .pdf with 11,725 words)
- Audio Clip of History of AB 60 to Embed in PowerPoint Presentations
- Final AB 60 Text As Enrolled
- Final Approved Regulations (December 3, 2013)
- Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS), Chapter 82 (solicitation of charitable contributions)
- Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS), Chapter 598 (deceptive trade practices)
- Public Disclosures for Websites
- Sample Scripts for Verbal and Written Solicitations
- Sample Timeline to Educate Board/Staff/Volunteers Regarding AB 60 Solicitation & Compliance
- Standardized Registration for Nonprofit Organizations Under State Charitable Solicitation Laws
- USA Patriot Act, United Way of Northern Nevada and the Sierra USA Patriot Act Compliance Form FAQs & Certification Letter
- Workshop PowerPoint Template: Version 1 (July 2013) Version 2 (November 2013) | Slides/Handouts: Version 1 (July 2013) Version 2 (November 2013)
AB 60 was approved by Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval on May 28, 2013. It was passed by the Assembly on April 16 (Yeas: 25, Nays: 15, Excused: 1, Vacant: 1.) and by the Senate on May 21 (Yeas: 19, Nays: 2.).
What is AB 60?
According to Nevada Electronic Legislative Information System (NELIS), AB 60 is “AN ACT relating to charities; requiring nonprofit corporations to file certain information with the Secretary of State before soliciting charitable contributions in this State; requiring the Secretary of State to provide to the public certain information concerning nonprofit corporations that solicit charitable contributions in this State; requiring the disclosure of certain information by a person conducting a solicitation for charitable contributions for or on behalf of a nonprofit corporation or other charitable organization; authorizing the imposition of penalties; and providing other matters properly relating thereto.”
This act (AB 60) becomes effective on January 1, 2014.