According to the NGOs who wallow in millions of taxpayer dollars:
“In government, good intentions frequently have unintended consequences. Unfortunately, many of these unintended consequences can have irreversible impacts, costing lives, chilling innovation and disintegrating community institutions that have reliably served our neighbors for decades.
That’s the case with AB 1250.
The bill would require all county contractors — many of whom are nonprofit Community Benefit Organizations (CBOs) — to spend a significant portion of their modest budgets on expensive audits, burdensome paperwork and administrative overhead.
In the short run, this would divert critical resources from vital services.”
Yeah, right. The real question reporters should be asking is why can’t these NGOs explain why they can’t account for all the free money they get from taxpayers?