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Established in 1906, the North Dakota Library Association is a nonpartisan professional organization composed of North Dakota librarians, library staff, and library stakeholders.

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Proposition to End Property Tax in North Dakota

The North Dakota Library Association (NDLA) is the professional organization for North Dakota libraries and library staff. NDLA empowers, advocates for, and enhances the value of North Dakota libraries and library professionals through advocacy, growth, and community. On behalf of NDLA, we urge our fellow North Dakotans: keep your money local and decline to sign the campaign to end property tax. 

Click here for an editable template of an open letter to distribute to patrons, library supporters, newspapers, and more.

We want to hear your success stories!

Have you formed a positive relationship with a legislator? What sort of outreach has proven effective when contacting your local representation? We want to hear from you! Whether it's sending congratulatory notes after being elected or tours of the library, the Good Stuff and Advocacy committees would like to compile some tips and tricks for an article for the September issue of The Good Stuff.

Email your success stories to The Good Stuff committee by August 15th to be included in the newsletter!

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