February 17, 2010; Billings Gazette | Wyoming is one of only two states without a statewide legal services system. But that may all change this year as a bill has been introduced that would raise the money to fund that system through an increase in court fees. The measure is backed by a coalition of judges and attorneys.—Ruth McCambridge
About The Author
Ruth is the founder and Editor Emerita of the Nonprofit Quarterly. Her background includes forty-five years of experience in nonprofits, primarily in organizations that mix grassroots community work with policy change. Beginning in the mid-1980s, Ruth spent a decade at the Boston Foundation, developing and implementing capacity building programs and advocating for grantmaking attention to constituent involvement.